Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
The check engine light is on and the code machine said the torque conv. stuck
Sorry it will fix the problem. it will make it worse. for ****** flush does a back flush pressure causing the sensor to stay open or closed . I have done many ****** sensors in my shop .just replace the sensor ,and all will be ok
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Toyota is aware of this situation. Production changes have ocurred to correct this condition.
Here is what you do: Take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. Tell them that you have a P-0741 code, and you want them to apply "Toyota Technical Service bulletin TC008-04" to your vehicle. They will perform several tests, and if you vehicle is lower than 5 years old, and less than 60, 000 miles, they will fix it for free. This TSB is covered by the Powertrain Warranty. Additionally, Thay may replace the ECU with an updated unit, and that particular warranty is in effect for 96 months or 80,000 miles.
This will definatly cure your issue.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: Code P0174 05 Corolla
I don't show any po174 for an 05 corolla. But I do show a po741, if thats the code you're getting.
It means theres a problem with the torque converter
clutch system. It could be the tcc solenoid. Either way, it's related to what you just had done.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
firstly it could be that the check engine light is mal-functioning or not. why not drive it as they said and if after that its still on get back to us.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
Testimonial: "This is very helpful information. I just would like to know, once the cycles completes will the check engine go out on its own or not?"
P0741 deals with internal transmission torque converter slip. A proper scan tool that is capable of reading the sensor's data inside the transmission would show the slipping torque converter and the fluid temperature.
It is critical to know exactly what conditions are present when the code stores. If the codes were not erased, they could be old codes in it's history.
Go back to the transmission shop or where you had the work done on replacing the TCC solenoid and have them read and clear the codes history. As mentioned, they could be old codes that is being read prior to your repairs.
Thank you for using Fixya and good luck, Have a shop verify line pressure, and provided no valves in the TCC hydraulic circuit are worn, replace the torque converter. Also, Lubegard Shudder Fix will at least fix this for awhile. Or try a transmission flush by a shop that uses BG brand products.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you very very much."
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