Question about 2005 Ford E-250 Van
1st.. check fuse for clutch solenoid/relay. 2nd... replace clutch solenoid/relay. 3rd... check for damaged wiring to trransmission or connector to transmission. If all these are correct, see your Ford Dealer.
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dealers are very rude and they will all ways charge you more money then needed. I got codes for my car from and personal owner (small business) they did a check engain scan and the codes came up and they were very nice after I had asked if they would please write down the meanings of the codes, When they did that there were some that they did not know but the parts store like schuck's will scan for free and again they will also write down what part you will need for the code and they should also know about those other codes as well. I do live in Vancouver, Wa and I'm not sure where you are located but the people that are helping you should like they really don"t want to help. Rude people every where.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: over drive light flashes
P0743 is Torque Converter Clutch solenoid circuit failure during self-test.
P0750 is SS1(shift solenoid) solenoid circuit failure.
P0755 is SS2 solenoid circuit failure.
Sounds like you are having an intermitant electrical failure to the tranny. Check the connector at the Tranny and make sure you don't have a loose connector and check it for corrosion.Trace these 3 wires back GN/WH, GN/Y, and GN/O. these go back to a splice then go into one wire GN/Y and then to the PCM relay in the engine compartment fuse panel. Make sure that this harness is not chaffing on metal somewhere or maybe the splice is going bad.You can try and overlay it from the relay to one of the 3 wires at the tranny connector and see if this solves the concern.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
I have found the meaning of all the codes that come up. Refer the blog link mentioned bellow:
The reasons are very self explainatory.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
code P1747 short or failure in EPC solenoid circuit ( EPC = electronic pressure control solenoid )
code P0743 TCC solenoid circuit failure ( TCC = torque convertor clutch solenoid )
code P0750 SS1 solenoid circuit failure ( SS1 = shift solenoid 1, first gear )
code P0755 SS2 solenoid circuit failure ( SS2 = shift solenoid 2, 2nd gear )
check the wiring harness going to the transmission sounds like it may have come loose from the holding clamps and has gotten into the exhust it would be hard to belive that all the solenoids failed at the same time but stranger things have happened. if the wiring looks ok check the plugis on the transmission if they look ok its time to go inside the transmission.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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