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Have a 2004 kia sorento. have a transaxel fault and a TPS SIGNAL MALFUNTION FROM ECM TO TCM. WHAT IS THIS

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Your transaxle is the transmission. The TPS is the throttle position sensor. ECM is the is the engine's computer. The TCM is the transmission computer. So, the throttle position sensor is not reporting to either and needs to be replaced. They seem to be about $180 for the part.

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P0700 = TCU request for 'MIL' on (IE transmission control unit has detected a fault and wants you to know about it.)

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A communication line exists between the Engine Control Module(ECM) and the Trans-axle Control Module (TCM). The sole purpose of this communication line is for the TCM to notify the ECM to activate the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) when a serious trans-axle failure has occurred.

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If the signal "MIL ON" is requested from TCU or it is no signal from TCU, the ECM judged as a fault and DTC is set.

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Try this: Disconnect your battery for about 5 minutes to clear the fault. Then take it for a spin and see how it shifts... good luck.

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Download this file it will help: http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/PENTICO/2010-02-21_234050_sorento.pdf

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Where is code p1121


Throttle Position Sensor Signal Malfunction from ECM to TCM.

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Transaxle Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input).  

Check for: _ Possibly a connector near the shift lever has come loose/dirty contacts, or there is a broken wire from it somewhere going to the TCM 
- Corroded or faulty Range Switch. - Open between Meter Fuse and Range Switch (C136-4).
- Open between Range Switch (C136) and TCM (C229) on one or more circuits. 
- Short to Battery between Range Switch (C136) and TCM (C229) on one or more circuits. 
- Short between two or more wires between Range Switch (C136) and TCM (C229). 

If Meter Fuse is blown, repair any shorts in the Meter Fuse circuit.

P1624 MIL Request Signal from TCM to ECM.This is only a request from TCM to ECM to turn the MIL on. The fault code is stored in the TCM.The Freeze Frame Data is stored in the ECM under the P1624 request code. Be sure to retrieve freeze frame data before clearing code P1624 from ECM. 
TCM = Transmission control module 
ECM = Engine control module (or more commonly known as ECU) 
MIL = Malfunction indicator light (more commonly "check engine light" or CEL) 

Good luck and hope this helps

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