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What is the code P0748 and how do you fix the problem?

Car will not start due to several codes but will start if starting fluid is used. codes: Po748, P0010 and P0778

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If you have to use starting fluid you must not be getting fuel. Is your fuel pump working?

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I have a 05 Malibu jerks to every shift. Flashing two codes together po748 and co561 what does it mean?


When the PCM detects a continuous open, short to ground or short to voltage in the PC solenoid valve circuit, then DTC P0748 sets. DTC P0748 is a type C DTC.
PC - pressure control solenoid .
The powertrain control module (PCM) uses the pressure control (PC) solenoid valve in order to regulate the transmission line pressure. The PC solenoid valve consists of an electrical connector, a coil, an armature, a regulating spring, and a poppet valve. The PC solenoid valve is attached to the control valve body. The PCM compares TP voltage, fluid temperature, gear states, and other inputs in order to determine the line pressure appropriate for a given load. The PCM regulates the pressure by applying a varying amperage to the PC solenoid valve. The applied amperage varies from 0.1 amps for maximum line pressure to 1.1 amps for minimum line pressure. The PCM then monitors the amperage at the return line.
C0561
System Disabled Information Stored
EBCM
DTC C0561 in Antilock Brake System This code is a result of the transmission code .
The electronic brake control module (EBCM) disables the traction control when other electronic control modules set DTCs for components that effect the operation of the traction control system.

Apr 09, 2017 | 2005 Chevrolet Malibu

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Got p0748 p0108 code on my 04 honda odyssey. Car sat for about one year. Replaced fuel pump yesterday and it started right up. Can I get info on locations of where sensors are?


PO 748
service the transmission .....check solenoids

- Dirty transmission fluid - Low transmission fluid level - Faulty line pressure solenoid valve 'A' - Line pressure solenoid valve 'A' harness is open or shorted - Line pressure solenoid valve 'A' circuit poor electrical connection

Read more: http://www.autocodes.com/p0748.html

P0108
is the code for a problem with the MAP electrical circuit sensor having too high voltage input to the Engine Control Unit (ECU). This means that the voltage input to the ECU is too high and that it is not in the correct range for proper engine operation to work with inputs from the Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) and Throttle Position Switch (TPS). P0108 OBD II Trouble Code Manifold Air Pressure MAP Barometric Pressure...


odyssey map sensor is on the throttle body

Map sensor


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I drained the transmission fluid put of my Jeep. I got taken away from it for about 4 days before I could get back to it. I have added fluid back in slowly.


Sounds like maybe the filter isn't seated in the seal or the seal is missing/broken and sucking air into the pump, this would cause bubbles, one way to tell for sure is to overfill the transmission by a couple quarts for testing and see if the bubbles go away.

Jan 03, 2016 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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2002 dodge durango was codes po031 ,po051, po131, po151, po132 & po748 I already changed all o2s


P0031 and P0051 02 heater control, P0131, P0151 and P0132 02 voltage P0748 pressure control solenoid a electric. Your 02 sensors not problem, problem is electric in nature

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What does codes p1529, p0755 and p1529 mean? I am sure it is something to do with transmission.


P0755 Shift Solenoid B Malfunction
cam not find the P1529 you can call auto zone maybe they can help

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Pressure sol control / transmission relay circuits code po748 2002 dodge ram sport 5.9 V8


Hi.............P0748 being a pressure control solinoid ,elecrical, to me a means that there is an electical problem in the solinoid circuit or the solinoid it self maybe burnt out. The pressure control solinoid is in the trans.On chrysler the solinoids are duty-cycle and controlled by the P.C.M. power train control module which is the same as E.C.M. . A test has to be performed to determine the problem. .

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2006 savana code po748 - what is it for?


The code P0748 means "Pressure Control Solenoid "A" Electrical.
The GM Diagnostic Scanner can work on your car.

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Troubleshooting PO748


P0748 Pressure Solenoid Control/Trans Relay Circuits

Feb 26, 2011 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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What is code PO748


Here you can find DTC P0748 PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID (LINE PRESSURE DUTY SOLENOID) ELECTRICAL

Hope helps.

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