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Code p1529 kia spectra

Hi,i own kia 2004 having transmission replace now engine light is on and many code have pop up tcm,p1529,p0753,p0758,p0763,p0743,p0748 could some one please help!

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I suggest you take that up with the person that installed the transmission. They should be able to reset codes that were triggered when installing trans

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SOURCE: Mers. E320 1997 i got those codes P0743, P0753, P0763 and P0758

This is a wiring problem you have a loose connector at the ECT control module or connector at the transmission,the solution is make proper connection and this is a common problem,that or you have a bad conductor plate in the transmission. Go to the right rear of the engine compartment ensure you connection for the transmission module is all hook up, go to the transmission and ensure nothing at the harness is disconnected

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SOURCE: p0743 p0753 p0748

when diagnosing multiple fault codes it can be tricky figuring out whats going on for instance all three of the codes you have are an electrical nature and not mechanical faults in the transmission most likely they share a common power or ground circuit and have lost one or the other also if they do share any circuit and anyone of these are faulty it would generate the other codes. to do an accurate circuit check you should remove the transmission pan so you can check the terminals at the solenoids and switches on the valvebody because the problem could be in the "passthrough" connector

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