So you should chech it on our car models. This causes the ignition coil to provide a spark and the injector to inject fuel into each cylinder at the right time. Posted on Apr 08, 2014 Your next step should be to check the code to see what if causing the check engine light to come on. In my humble opinion the shop that told you that you need a new transmission is just hungry for work - stay away!!!! We are the oldest and largest V6 Mustang forum on the internet. If it comes back on you will need to investigate deeper. It may start to over heat. Did you get the monitor switch you refer to? Watch the engine temp if you keep driving it.
In later car models, the car's computer can usually keep the vehicle running, but the engine warning light on the dashboard goes on to warn the driver. Use this error code to search for what it could be. Also I checked out your car link and even though convertibles aren't for me, Yours is really cool. Might be a ground or a cross. If either sensor isn't working correctly, the car will run rough and the engine will be less efficient.
Continue driving and see if the check engine light turns off. Don't do it through Ford. Burnt tranny fluid is generally real bad though. Resetting is only good if someone did work and forgot to reset it changed your oil and didn't reset, for example. Get either a Hanes or Chilton's manual for it and it will tell you how to check the system. The solution is here : Ford F-150 P1740 Possible Solution : The crankshaft sensor signals the fuel injection computer or the ignition control when the cylinders are firing.
When the check engine light comes Ford 2000 P1740 code on the first you should check is the gas cap. The diagnostics detected an out of range condition. My next step is to check the outside connector. Project gave you the basic scoop to go with. Pull apart the connector on the outside first to see if water has caused a cross or resistance ground, then and try to detect a fault looking in with a resistance meter before taking things apart so you have an idea what your next move is.
The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing. Check ground straps for corrosion. It sounds like yours failed off to me and you are not shifting in to over drive. So you should chech it on our car models. However, an oxygen sensor is easy to replace on many cars and is usually detailed in the owner's manual. I've been having some transmission issues for a while and it finally threw a code, P1740. If it is locked and the solenoid fails to release it the car will stall when you come to a stop since the fluid in the converter fails to act as a clutch and the engine is connected directly to the transmission input shaft.
Apr 28, 2010 I found that the code is set for: P1740. I found some instructions online for a different Ford transmission and the solenoid was just inside the transmission pan and was relatively easily accessible. Look up the code so you see exactly what it's telling you. There are no other 'ideas' to get. While not car-threatening, it's good to take care of this right away to improve gas mileage. No reason to replace anything with stock.
It's not open or it would not work at all. You can try using an electrical cleaner and reconnecting the plug. It's not open or it would not work at all. I'm not familiar with torque converter problems. If you know where the sensor is, you only have to unclip the old sensor and replace it with a new one. This default is for the transmission operation. On your dash, where your mileage usually is, you should see a number flash.
Has anyone ever run into this problem before? This causes the ignition coil to provide a spark and the injector to inject fuel into each cylinder at the right time. However, it does feel like I have lost some power at high speeds so it makes sense that it's not locking and I'm still going through the torque converter at high speeds. If so, what was the resolution? Obviously, its tranny related however I found that it may be specifically related to a Torque Converter Clutch Inductive Signature Malfunction. If either sensor isn't working correctly, the car will run rough and the engine will be less efficient. Pull over, retighten it, and take a look at the cap to see if it has any cracks in it. Might be a ground or a cross. .
Project gave you the basic scoop to go with. Turn the key to the on but not all the way to the start position. There are no other 'ideas' to get. I could use the lead info. I got it checked out at Autozone and it read P1740. The solution is here : Ford 2000 P1740 Possible Solution : The crankshaft sensor signals the fuel injection computer or the ignition control when the cylinders are firing.
No matter what the job is, even a muffler replacement get many quotes. They just read the codes and tested the tranny oil and noticed it was hot and burnt. With what you are talking about, does that require replacement of the solenoid? When the code showed up previously, I could tell I had harder downshifts, but now the upshift from 2 to 3 is the only noticeable harder shift now. Tony, your going beyond what you need to know. P1740 has nothing to with the governor solenoid or sensor Dec 06, 2008. Clear the computer and drive it for effect. Failed off, your torque converter will never apply.