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I had a mechanic test this and he found the Engine Torgue Signal with the code P1719, believe its a solenoid but need proof
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tcc solenoid code
I don,t reccommend doing this your self as the k-frame will need dropped and the trans case will need split to access the solenoid also when I have to do this I will not do it on the ground I use a lift or I dont do it.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
One of the shift solenoids in transmission has caused a code and needs to be fixed or replaced by sounds of it. You are currently in what they call "limp mode". Take it to a dealer or tranny shop (reputable) have it scanned, and get a quote for repairs, and decide from there. Letting someone who doesn't know these transmissions play with it now, will certainly end up costing you a new or rebuilt one needing to be installed. If not taken to a dealer, and fluid & filter is changed, be sure to insist on Mopar ATF 4 transmission oil, and nothing else, should be used on it.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
the test will show as many problems/codes as are present in the memory of the PCM. (power train control module) If u were charged for this repair he or she did not do the job of diagnosing the code properly, they guessed, the reason for this is only the dealer has the correct equip to work on your Subaru and try and get it fixed right the 1st time, that is why dealer costs are higher, tech training and lots of expensive test gear.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
you managed to read a fault code?? well its the wrong fault code for a start because if this vehicle is a 2007 then its encrypted software to stop people from reading the codes and doing the work themselves ,so its dealer only
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Hello. Welcome to FixYa.
No, the P-2716 DTC is not a recall.
It is a software issue that results in a 'false code' being generated.
What Toyota is doing is replacing your computer with an updated unit; the programming in the current computer needs to be changed, and the Corolla computer you have cannot be 'reflashed', it must be physically changed out.
If you car has less than 80,000 miles on it, the replacment will be free.
Get in touch with your local toyota dealership, and they will get you a new computer.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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