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Fault codes P0236 and P0046 keep coming up on my freelander1 td4 2004


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1. Boost pressure sensor harness is open or shorted
2. Boost pressure sensor circuit poor electrical connection
3. Faulty boost pressure sensor
4. Faulty Turbo/Super Charger
5. Engine over temperature
6. Ignition misfire exceeds the threshold
7. Faulty Knock sensor (KS)

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.... based on this information I would replace the turbo boost control solenoid first.

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Won't start from battery but starts from boost. Battery is okay starter is okay


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P1740 code came on for a 2001 dodge ram 1500 what does it mean?


This is the OD Solenoid. There is a TSB out that covers the 2000-2001 Ram truck.

EFFECTIVE DATE: Oct. 02, 2000
SUBJECT:
46RE Transmission MIL Due To DTC P1740 – TCC or OD Solenoid Performance
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves the replacement of the transmission pressure boost valve cover
plate.
MODELS:
2000 - 2001 (AB) Ram Van
2000 - 2001 (AN) Dakota
2000 - 2001 (BR/BE) Ram Truck
2000 - 2001 (DN) Durango
NOTE: THIS BULLETIN APPLIES TO VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH A 46RE
TRANSMISSION BUILT BEFORE AUGUST 01, 2000 (MDH 0801XX).
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
The customer may complain of a Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) illumination. Upon
further analysis, it is determined that the MIL is caused by Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)
P1740 - Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) or Overdrive Solenoid Performance. Other than
the MIL, the customer may not notice any other condition with the transmission.
This condition may be caused by an intermittent and momentary TCC disengagement
condition. The transmission valve body pressure boost valve cover plate has been revised
with a larger size orifice hole to address this condition.
DIAGNOSIS:
1. Warm the transmission to normal operating temperatures.
2. Using the DRB IIIò, perform a torque converter clutch (TCC) stall test. The stall test
has been revised so that the TCC remains engaged for a period of four (4) seconds.
NOTE: THE DRB III MUST BE OPERATING AT RELEASE LEVEL 50.4 MDS2
SYSTEM CIS CD2067 OR HIGHER (AVAILABLE THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 2,
2000) IN ORDER TO PERFORM THE REVISED TORQUE CONVERTER
CLUTCH STALL TEST. DO NOT USE EARLIER VERSION STALL TEST TO
DETERMINE CONDITION OF THE TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH.
3. If the engine stalls as a result of the TCC stall test, then perform the Repair
Procedure.
4. If the engine does not stall, as a result of the TCC stall test, then further diagnosis is
required. The technician may want to consider the following components during
their additional diagnosis: a cut or worn input shaft seals, a missing pump lock-up
circuit check ball, or worn converter hub, input shaft, reaction shaft, and pump rotor.
This bulletin is supplied as technical information only and is not an authorization for repair. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or
transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of DaimlerChrysler Corporation.
21-11-00 -2-
PARTS REQUIRED:
1 04617015 Plate, Pressure Boost Valve Cover (46RE)
1 02464324AB Gasket, Trans Pan
10(AR) 05010124AA ATF+3, Transmission Oil Type 7176 (2000 M.Y.)
10(AR) 05013457AA ATF+4, Transmission Oil Type 9602 (2001 M.Y.)
REPAIR PROCEDURE:
1. Clean the pressure boost valve cover plate to remove any dirt or rust inhibitor prior to
installation. The revised cover plate will have a 1.75 mm (0.069 inch) orifice hole
versus a 1.22mm (0.048 inch) orifice hole in the original plate. Make sure it is clean.
2. Using the appropriate Service Manual, Group 21 – Transmissions and Transfer Case,
replace the transmission pressure boost valve cover plate p/n 04617012.
3. Verify fluid level after warming up the transmission and cycling the shift lever several
times.
4. Verify, and if required, adjust the transmission shift linkage and the transmission
throttle valve cable per the appropriate Service Manual procedures.

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The OBDII scan read code P0236 y P0171 yesterday today read P0237 y P0101 whats the problem?? Is a Volvo S40 2002 1.9T


P0236 Turbocharger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance
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    Why does the transmission slip when it gets warm


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    Secondly, put a line pressure gauge ($55 shipped on Ebay, or visit a local trans shop) on the pressure test port and go for a drive to verify proper line pressure. Base pressure at idle in P,N,OD should be around 70psi and around 140psi in R. Max line pressure should be at least 190psi at WOT in 1st or 2nd, 225psi is optimum. If base pressure is low, trans or pump is worn out. If max pressure is low, check EPC solenoid. If reverse is slow to engage, and line pressure does not come up to at least 130psi in reverse, replace the boost valve with a Transgo 0.500" boost valve (easy fix in pan).

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    SLUGGISH Escort 1.8 TD LX


    Hi

    Timing belts are a critical component and the cost of replacement shouldn't really be means tested against the cost of the car, so if the garage is absolutely sure thats what the problem is then it is definitely worth getting it done without a shadow of a doubt.

    As far as the overheating in traffic is concerned, is the cooling fan kicking in? If not then maybe the thermoswitch needs replacing.

    Depending on the age of the vehicle (pre or post 1996), it could be fitted with an inercooler, and once again, age dependant, it could be fitted witha MAF sensor.

    A blockage or leak in the intercooler or its hoses could cause sluggishness and overheating. Check that the hoses aren't clogged with oil. There will be oil in there, thats normal, but it shouldn't be so much that its narrowing the hoses. A blocked intercooler is a bit more difficult for the layman to diagnose without actually fitting another one.

    A fault with the MAF sensor could cause sluggishness. Disconnect the wiring plug and see what happens. If power is restored then the MAF is dirty or faulty. It can be cleaned by removing it and then spraying brake cleaner or switch cleaner onto the hotwire hanging down inside it, and then gently blowing it dry with your breath, but don't physically touch the wire with anything, just spray it and blow on it.

    An intake system air leak can also cause sluggish performance and overheating on MAF equipped engines, because it will allow unmetered air into the intake which the MAF doesn't know about and therefor underfuelling ensues, which will cause sluggish performance, and if severe enough, overheating.

    There is a solenoid on the side of the fuel pump which is a known cause of sluggish performance on these engines when it fails, which can only really be tested by either fitting another one or using relevant test equipment.

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    I think I've given you enough to keep you busy for a while!!

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