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Hi Trevor:
DTC P0500 - Vehicle Speed Sensor Malfunction
Basically this means that the vehicle's speed as read by the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) is not working properly.

Symptoms of a P0500 DTC may include:
loss of anti-lock brakes
the "anti-lock" or "brake" warning lamps on the dash may be lit
the speedometer or odometer may not work properly (or at all)
your vehicle's RPM limiter may be decreased
the shifting of an automatic transmission may become erratic
other symptoms may also be present

A code P0500 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
The Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) is not reading (functioning) properly
There is a broken/frayed wire leading to the vehicle speed sensor
The vehicle's PCM is not correctly configured for the actual tire size on the vehicle

Possible Solutions:
The simplest thing to do is to reset the code and see if it comes back.
Next, check all wiring and connectors that lead to the speed sensor. The location of the sensor depends on your vehicle. The sensor could be on the rear axle, transmission, or perhaps the wheel hub (brake) assembly.
If the wiring and connectors are OK, then check the voltage at the speed sensor. Again, the exact procedure wil depend on your make and model of vehicle.
If everything looks OK, replace the sensor.

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Where is the torque converter clutch solenoid located P0744


troubleshooting?
  • cvt re0f10a
p0744 torque converter

description
this malfunction is detected when the torque converter clutch does not lock-up as instructed by the tcm. this is not only caused by electrical malfunction (circuits open or shorted), but also by mechanical malfunction such as control valve sticking, improper solenoid valve operation, etc.

dtc logic

dtc detection logic
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dtc confirmation procedure

caution:
always drive vehicle at a safe speed.

note:
if "dtc confirmation procedure" has been previously performed, always turn ignition switch off.
then wait at least 10 seconds before performing the next test.
1.check dtc detection
with consult-iii
  1. turn ignition switch on.
  2. select "data monitor".
  3. start engine and maintain the following condition for at least 30 seconds.
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with gst
follow the procedure "with consult-iii".
is "p0744" detected?
yes - go to see: cvt re0f10a.
no - check intermittent incident. refer to see: testing and inspection\initial inspection and diagnostic overview\intermittent incident.

diagnosis procedure
1.check line pressure
perform line pressure test. refer to see: transmission and drivetrain\continuously variable transmission/transaxle\testing and inspection\initial inspection and diagnostic overview\cvt re0f10a.
is the inspection result normal?
yes - go to 2.
no - repair or replace damaged parts.
2.check torque converter clutch solenoid valve
  1. turn ignition switch off.
  2. disconnect cvt unit connector.
  3. check torque converter clutch solenoid valve. refer to see: cvt re0f10a. is the inspection result normal?
yes - go to 3.
no - repair or replace damaged parts.
3.check lock-up select solenoid valve
check lock-up select solenoid valve. refer to see: cvt re0f10a.
is the inspection result normal?
yes - go to 4.
no - replace transaxle assembly. refer to see: transmission and drivetrain\continuously variable transmission/transaxle\service and repair\removal and replacement\cvt re0f10a\transaxle assembly\exploded view.
4.check secondary speed sensor system
check secondary speed sensor system. refer to see: p0720\cvt re0f10a.
is the inspection result normal?
yes - go to 5.
no - repair or replace damaged parts.
5.check primary speed sensor system
check primary speed sensor system. refer to see: p0715\cvt re0f10a.
is the inspection result normal?
yes - go to 6.
no - repair or replace damaged parts.
6.detect malfunctioning items
check tcm connector pin terminals for damage or loose connection with harness connector.
is the inspection result normal?
yes - replace tcm. refer to see: powertrain management\transmission control systems\control module, cvt\service and repair\cvt re0f10a\exploded view.
no - repair or replace damaged parts.

component inspection (torque converter clutch solenoid valve)
1.check torque converter clutch solenoid valve
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check resistance between cvt unit terminal 12 and ground.

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is the inspection result normal?
yes - inspection end
no - perform "self-diag results" mode for "transmission".

component inspection (lock-up select solenoid valve)
1.check lock-up select solenoid valve

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check resistance between cvt unit terminal 13 and ground.

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is the inspection result normal?
yes - inspection end
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Fig. Disconnect the shift control cable (3) from the range select lever (4)
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