Takes about 10 minutes if you have mechanic skills. Inspect the transmission fluid lines to the radiator. Could be the input speed sensor, shift solenoid, etc. Do you think it's really necessary to buy new rims? That is hard for me to say, because as shakelton noted I had everything out at the point I took this photo. This has occurred within 65,000 miles on the vehicle. This type of condition would really need to be checked out. Its my best guess with no tools to know for sure.
With this knowledge, there can only be so many things that are causing the P0741. After doing a computer diagnostic on it 2 days later come to find out its my transmission code p0741 torch converter stuck off. Caller's vehicle hit another vehicle on the street, and a police report was filed. Did you complete the repair? Over the past 2 months I ve had to replace a exhaust a cv joint stabalizer link turn signal flasher. You are welcome, Mike is fine. Does this indicate it's not going into overdrive? Thanks for the advice and pictures. SeatingFilter selectedSeatingList, null ; seatingFilter.
No sense working on the trans until you actually know what is wrong. My wife contacted Ford to no avail. If so, go to next step. Diagnostic Aids Inspect the transmission fluid level. The cost of course will depend on the repair needed.
Can I use Mass Airflow sensor cleaner for electrical cleaner? You need to disconnect the main wiring harness from the relay center. I'd start with a careful check of fluid level and condition. It is rather difficult to get to and replace. I am not yet familiar enough with my car to recognize exactly where this is. In an attempt to repair the problem, the dealership replaced the vapor canister, crankshaft position sensors, a coil pack, and spark plug, but the problem persisted. Either of these would need special tools and a qualified technician. Its not really all that hard once you get there but again you need skills or you could screw it up.
It is a generic powertrain code, which means that it has the same meaning regardless of who manufactured the vehicle DeVille or not. It will save you a lot of heart ache and cursing at the car. InstalledOptionsFilter selectedInstalledOptionIdList, installedOptionIdToLabelMap, possiblyDroppedOptionsMap ; installedOptionsFilter. Even though you say your car has been well taken of, the Northstar engines are notoriously bad for oil leaks and cylinder head problems. I can't give you a complete answer but I have the exact same situation you do and have gotten this far.
His illustations and presentation is worth the read, I think you will appreciate it after seeing your power point slide show By the way, when you get ready to tilt your engine let us know, Logan and I have done it along with few others. It is a small solenoid located on the side of the transmission driver's side underneath the cover. Low coolant caused by a leak. It's more cost effective in the long run to repair the transmission now rather than later. Hes a crook and doesnt properly repair cars. Don't be afraid to spray it good, disassemble it as much as you can. This problem can be caused by that solenoid or a problem with the torque converter.
Given your technical prowess, tilting the engine is well within your capabilities. The vehicle had not been repaired. It fails due to water because the original pump inlet is poorly designed. Trapped moisture can lead to corrosion. The trans would have to come out and disassembled to look for worn seals from slippage of the drive sprocket bearing inner race on the drive sprocket. With P0741, the code gives you two reasons as to why the code has registered.
The lines may be pinched, plugged or twisted. I would say it's probably going to come back on. Author has experienced transmission failure first hand on two separate occasions, both of which left a dent in his wallet. Check around and see if you can find a minor vacuum leak! Typically, rust on the front edge of a hood is caused by abrasion and tiny chips in the paint from road debris allowing moisture under the paint. It involves a lot of checking for circuit resistance and testing the wiring. Your mileage will suffer, but running without the converter locked will cause excessive heat and eventually will kill the transmission.