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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: codes p0300 and p0720
P0720 Output shaft speed (OSS) sensor �C circuit malfunction Wiring, OSS sensor, ECM/TCM
probably have shifting issues too the p0300 is a random misfire check spark plugs
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
About $20 for a new brake light switch that can be installed in about 15 minutes or less usually, may be good insurance for a long distance drive. The code doesn't say it's a switch malfunction, the computer has seen a fault in the brake switch circuit and set the code-could just be a poor connection there.
More important, how do the brake lights work? I think I'd buy the switch or check the connector by the pedal at least. The computer may not let the cruise control work because of the code.
Posted on Jul 14, 2012
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