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I am getting a po711, and po715 code on the OBD code reader. The car runs fine then will make a bang and be stuck in wrong gear.

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P0715 : Input turbine speed sensor circuit malfunction. There is some linkage that goes right over the sensor. there is a bracket that you need to remove 2 bolts and the bracket will be able to be moved off to the side and you can access the sensor. There are a few bolts on the bracket, you need to just take the ones that bolt straight down(not horizontal). Now before you take off the bolt that holds the sensor look for crud/grit etc. I had a lot that settled there. Once you pull the sensor out , that crud could fall into the opening. I just took a dental pick and loosened it up and blew it off with compressed air. once you take the one bolt off that holds the sensor then remove the wiring harness/plug. It is very hard to unplug the sensor while bolted should be able to install your new sensor and just reverse the order. Remember, everything is metric and you will need some socket wrenches I think Sizes 10-14mm. also a few extensions for the sockets. P0711: is a problem with the transmission temperature sensor. It is rear that both of the sensor is bad at the same time so check the connections and wire harness from the transmission to the TCM. Look for any corrosion and loose connections. If all connections are good, change the sensors and do a transmission oil and filter change. Good luck and keep me posted.

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