Question about Nissan Altima
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First check and make sure the fluid is full. The most likely cause is a failed solenoid pack. Circuit codes normally mean something electrical not mechanical has failed. The solenoid pack is on the outside of trans pretty easy to replace.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: transmission codes:
I WOULD TRY REPLACING THE INPUT SPEED SENSOR..A DEFECTIVE SPEED SENSOR CAN CAUSE ALL OF THESE FAULTS..IT IS LOCATED IN FRONT OF TRANS ABOVE SOLENOID PACK..IT IS THE ONE CLOSEST TO THE ENGINE..IT SCREWS INTO TO TRANSMISSION..A 1 INCH SOCKET FITS IT..ALSO CHECK WIRING TO BOTH SPEED SENSORS..A SENSOR IS ABOUT 35 BUCKS,AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL DODGE DEALER..GET A NEW ONE AND YOU'LL SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE..FAIRLY COMMON PROBLEM..HAVE REPLACED LOTS OF THEM
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
a had the same problem. i am 99.9 percent sure that the wires going to the sensors underneathe the battery box and air intake are broke inside the insulation. Get to where you can see the connectors. remove the tape from both sensor connectors and give the wires a pull each wire done seperately. Mine was an orange wire and a purple wire. It is not noticeable by looking at the wires because it is the copper wire inside the insulation that will be broke. Find the broke ones and splice in new wire and the problem will be fixed.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
If you have a scan tool capable of looking at input and output speed sensor data for the transmission that is the first thing I would look at. If you don't than it wouldn't hurt to try a new input speed sensor. They are available from your local NAPA. The speed sensors are located on the drivers side of the transmission. They are a light yellowish white color. it will have a black connector with two wires. The one towards the front is the input speed sensor the one to the rear is the output speed sensor. you will need a 1"socket to remove it.
If replacing the sensor doesn't fix it you will need to bring it in and have it looked at.
The speed sensors are pretty common failures on Chrysler transmissions.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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