Doesn't happen all the time. Your fault is definitely a loss of signal from the sensor to the computer. Erase your code, disconnect the battery for 15 minutes to reset it. I replaced the sensor 45 min for a one bolt job was a let down. Wait Until The Moisture Has Fully Evaporated, And Reseal Around The Seams With A Clear Silicon.
I just recently completed the job and update. What is the part number of just the connector? Is this easy to get to on the transmission? I have a 98 Explorer with 116k miles on it. I can reset the code and it has stayed off up to 15 miles before it comes back on. Splice and solder the two 2 wires together. It seems to be on the very top of the transmission.
The 1 Ford Explorer enthusiast resource on the Internet since 1996. Methodical I was throwing the same code. Checked the Transmission Fluid and noticed it was low. D, 3, 2, 1 barely moved the truck forward but, R hauled butt in reverse. I've found one on the Rear end pumpkin , one above the trasmission looks nothing like the part i bought, looks more like a connector , and was told by a local ford dealership part salesmen, there is also on inside the transmission its self looks like the one i bought, but has a gear looking thing on it.
The test fails when the current draw exceeds a calibrated limit or an open or short circuit is detected. It is very, very tight in there 4x4 so I had to remove the front drive shaft and lower it out of the way didn't have to remove completely but just enough to allow my hand up in there. The Santa Fe is 2001 V6 2. 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. I used a flash light, mirror and my hand; it's located on the drivers side about 1 o'clock if your head is pointed toward the front of the truck or 11 o'clock if your head is facing the rear.
Question is will a bad front speed sensor affect the way the trans shifts? I bought late 98 F-250, 5. The sensor I put in is alternately referred to as a Speedometer Sensor, however, I have no problem with my speedometer. A P0715 usually has one main cause and other secondary issues that are less common. After getting a second opinion I replaced the plugs, plug wires, and passenger side O2 sensor. Now I have a new code - P0712.
Like maybe some strange electrical connection, or something. So that's exactly what I did. The article I found read as this: Article No. I think this one is mounted on the inside though. Probable cause: Failed transmission sensor. Does it mean the bad temperature sensor and I need to replace it? Re attach, start and drive normally for 30 or so miles. What repairs can fix the P0715 code? Or is it a lot more complicat.
I have a Ford Explorer Sport track and I have the same problem Is this sensor is located in the same position in the transmission of my 2001 Sport track I got already the new sensor to replace, I jack up the truck but I still have problem how to find it! Free Same Day Store Pickup. I got the code pulled at Advance Auto Parts. Your support is greatly appreciated. Earlier took it to repair shop, he did not give the code, some sensor needs to be changed don't know if he came up with same code. I got a code P0118, Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input. And finally, where are they located on the transmission?? The other day, my Explorer gave a hard jerk while changing into 2 maybe 3rd? The car will sometimes die while at a stop. Leave the sensor installed if using the original case.
It's a 5R55e transmission with a Borg-Warner 4405 Transfer Case. The truck is a 1997 Explorer 4x4, but I don't use 4x4. No speedometer cable, no sensor on the trans tail shaft. Need solving a P0172 code I had. Is there an external connector for the sensor that I can check or clean first? The output shaft speed sensor is often used to provide vehicle speed information to the control module and for adaptive learning.
Where the Haines guide shows it to be there is only the dummy plug so Ford must have moved it just prior to the '98 year. My mechanic is on vacation. What causes the P0715 code? I know you can test the power wire, the ground wire, and the signal wire, from what I could tell from other places I've looked. When I shut if off I got the check engine light, and thus the code which led me to install the other stuff. Worked like a charm and the code went away and the gas smell is gone too.