What I do not know is where is this sensor located and what could it mean if I am getting the code. Since the input shaft speed sensor counts revolutions of the input shaft, are the sensors different from gas to diesel engines? The article I found read as this: Article No. I checked the fluid level and it is fine. I called the dealer but they are out of stock on the sensor. Now I have a new code - P0712. You may want to re-check it to make sure you are reading it correctly. I got the code pulled at Advance Auto Parts.
While having the first sensor replaced my mechanic noticed the Input Shaft Speed Sensor Connector the plug on the wiring harness was cracked. Wanted to check if there is any cheaper way to fix this. Not looking forward to that. Elite Explorer members see practically no ads, can add their own profile photo, upload photo attachments in all forums, and Media Gallery, create more private Conversations, and more. . Like maybe some strange electrical connection, or something. Also is it easy enough for me to fix? I can put transmission fluid in it.
I have checked the connectors and have voltage on the input and output sensor. Explorer Forum has probably saved you that much already, and will continue to save you money as you learn how to diagnose fix problems yourself and learn which modifications work without having to experiment on your own. Your support is greatly appreciated. Explorer Forum has probably saved you that much already, and will continue to save you money as you learn how to diagnose fix problems yourself and learn which modifications work without having to experiment on your own. Refer to the following Service Procedure for details. It's a drag because it's my wife's car and she's driving mine.
The other day, my Explorer gave a hard jerk while changing into 2 maybe 3rd? Fits the following Ford Explorer Sport Trac Years. I have a 2005 Camry, 2. However I'm not sure the sensor was the correct one. Re attach, start and drive normally for 30 or so miles. He had erased the code but it came back on within minutes. The car will sometimes sputter on startup, and the tachometer will be zeroed out.
I looked on here, and it seemed like everyone solved a p0320 by replacing the Ignition Failure Sensor. Recently it began having the problem I will describe, which seems to be transmission-related. The 1 Ford Explorer enthusiast resource on the Internet since 1996. Shrink wrap the wires and secure the wires to the harness. D, 3, 2, 1 barely moved the truck forward but, R hauled butt in reverse. No speedometer cable, no sensor on the trans tail shaft. I've been looking everywhere for this connector.
I have a P0715 code and can not get it to reset. This information is vital to regulate the application of the torque converter lock-up clutch smoothly and effectively. Is it just unplugging the harness and unscrewing the senor and putting the new one. I got a code P0118, Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input. When this first happened it would go away after I turned the truck off, but would come back after using the brakes a few times, especially harder stops.
The car will sometimes die while at a stop. Have had it checked by a Ford dealershio, a transmission guy and another service department twice. I didn't think about checking a fuse. I know its a little late in the game to be asking this question since I already have the part, but I am going to ask anyway. Hope this helps with your problem. I think this one is mounted on the inside though. It works fine So the question is could this be the sensor causing the problem, or is there another sensor on this transmission causing this? I have changed out the sensor from a parts car and it's still reading this code.
If you have more detail please let me know Best Regards. Then it got to where it just came on and stayed on, and didn't go out no matter what. If there are damaged wires, they will be replaced. I bought late 98 F-250, 5. A P0715 usually has one main cause and other secondary issues that are less common.
I purchased both sensors and based on forum input I removed the air box and battery to access senors. What is the part number of just the connector? I wasn't able to locate the output speed sensor. The Santa Fe is 2001 V6 2. It happens with much disappointments. So if anyone knows where it is located please let me know. How does a mechanic diagnose the P0715 code? Now here is the clincher, after doing just the fuel pump it ran perfect for at least 25 miles, perfect I say.