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2004 MAZDA MPV - troubleshooting code P706, (1) open circuit condition, and (2) failed TR switch

2004 MAZDA MPV - diagnosed at AUTOZONE Autozone tech diagnosed engine light/problem - result was troubleshooting code P706 defined as (1) open circuit condition and (2) failed TR switch, QUESTION: what is a "failed TR switch" - Autozone tech was not familiar with the component QUESTION: open circuit condition, Autozone tech advised plug may be dislodged or defective - please provide possible self-fix solutions and/or links providing self-fix instructions thank you

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This means transmission range sensor circuit is not communicating correct data to the engine control module (ECM)
P0706 OBD II Trouble Code Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Range... , this link will explain your option's

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SOURCE: my chk engine light came

your vehicle is driving good, not slipping etc... because what i can see from what im reading you have an electrical problem with the transmission wiring.. check the plugs that plug in the transmission, and follow them, im sure you will find something skint up somewhere.

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My chk engine light came on and i went to autozone and they put it on there diagnostic machine and it came up to the code p0708 definition: my transmission range switch open circuit condition probable...


your vehicle is driving good, not slipping etc... because what i can see from what im reading you have an electrical problem with the transmission wiring.. check the plugs that plug in the transmission, and follow them, im sure you will find something skint up somewhere.

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The engine light is comming on. Took it to Autozone - giving a code "P0126 - Coolant thermostat condition; Low operating temprature, Probable cause - Low coolant level; Open or short circuit condition; or...


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My 2004 Mazda MPV skips upon acceleration, only has 33,400 miles.


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