While having the first sensor replaced my mechanic noticed the Input Shaft Speed Sensor Connector the plug on the wiring harness was cracked. You know wat she will say. I purchased both sensors and based on forum input I removed the air box and battery to access senors. 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. I have a 98 Explorer with 116k miles on it. One is a single connector that runs under the blower cover to the blower motor.
See if condition is remedied or something else happens. Speed sensors measure the speeds of the input and output shafts or sometimes of other shaft speeds in the automatic transmission or transaxle. Even check the fuse to make sure it is in contact properly. From my searches, readings and looking at the parts diagram. There is a connecter under the cover that attaches the blower motor body to the car's wiring harness. The Vehicle has only 110K miles. I got 5ish volts from the power wire and 12ish volts on the ground wire, which is what I understand they should be.
The actual speed sensor has a 2 wire clip on it, and is held in place by the bracket and a 10mm bolt. Code P0715 is triggered when the transmission's Input Speed Sensor isn't providing a reliable signal. The fan motor body is held in place by the compression of the cover and retaining ring. On the View tab, in the advanced settings list, select Show hidden files and folders under Hidden Files and Folders. Could this be my issue? I about the same as the input, just further back. The check engine light was illuminated, the speedometer was not working and upshifts were slow and sluggish.
Wanted to check if there is any cheaper way to fix this. I have changed out the sensor from a parts car and it's still reading this code. I know the older ones were mounted on top of the tranny. I can reset the code and it has stayed off up to 15 miles before it comes back on. Came back to it a few days later it threw a P0720 output speed sensor circuit and I have no reverse, park feels like it wants to move, R is neutral, N is forward, D is forward, 3 is forward, 2 is forward, 1 is forward. This is a windstar van.
There is likely to be a screw or C-clip that holds the fan to the motor. YourMechanic offers certified mobile mechanics who will come to your home or office to diagnose and repair your vehicle. I don't have a vacuum pump at the moment, but testing the signal wire with no vacuum I got about 0. Worked like a charm and the code went away and the gas smell is gone too. Hi All, Thanks for having a cool Forum! If it returns you will need to narrow it down to a system, coilsand coil packs should be tested, catalytic converters for function doyou smell rotten eggs? Is there some place else I should look? 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! What are the common causes of code P0715? Is there anything else that you stumbled across that might be the reason for this? So if anyone knows where it is located please let me know.
Whether I'm doing this correctly and whether they think the sensor is bad? Need solving a P0172 code I had. I cleared the P0720 code after it came up and it has not returned. The fan is located at the base of the cylinder-like cabinet visible under the dash, near the door co … lumn. I see wires going to a sensor under both the main wiring harness and shift cable. Re attach, start and drive normally for 30 or so miles. My question is can this be tested and changed with out taking the whole tranny apart? Have had it checked by a Ford dealershio, a transmission guy and another service department twice. Electrical diagnosis needs to be done.
Your fault is definitely a loss of signal from the sensor to the computer. I was hoping it wasn't a wiring issue because that usually ends up being more work than I like. I've been looking everywhere for this connector. Windows may have the driver built-in, or may still have the driver … files installed from the last time that you set up the device. Is it safe to drive short distances until I can have it fixed? Is it just unplugging the harness and unscrewing the senor and putting the new one. Re-launch Windows Live Messenger and try to sign in again, and verify if the issue remains.
This means that either the turbine speed sensor has an electrical failure in itself or the circuits between the turbine speed sensor and the computer are defective. Symptoms: on take off it banged into gear sometimes, sometimes it would not shift and had no power on take off or when coming to a stop it banged into a lower gear. It's a drag because it's my wife's car and she's driving mine. If one of the connections will start the fan, then the problem is likely to be the blower motor resistor. I see in one page a texting the sensor whit a multi miter but was for santa fe and the cable don't have the same colors. 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. I looked it up and it said it was the input Turbine Speed Sensor.
I just bought a 1995 Ford Ranger with the 3. . Take it to a professional who you trust, that has the knowledge to diagnose the problem and know what is wrong without guessing. The output shaft speed sensor is often used to provide vehicle speed information to the control module and for adaptive learning. I want just the connector.
Well now my Light keeps flashing. What I do not know is where is this sensor located and what could it mean if I am getting the code. 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. I wouldn't think they would be connected like that. The transmission may not shift automatically either. On the newer 5 speeds the sensor is the one on the inside of the tranny.