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96 Nissan maxima trouble code P0733


P0733 Transmission Ratio in gear 3
If trans is not slipping, check/replace the tps sensor

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I have a 2002 saturn sl, codes p1404 & p0733 came up on reader. Now the car is making a noise that sounds like something is rubbing against rubber.


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OBD II codes P0733 & P0745


This is an easy one, the P0733 is a 3rd gear ratio error and the745 is the corresponding solenoid code. More than likely it's a broken band and/or the piston that applies said band

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CAN I AKS A QUESTION, FOR A PROBLEM CODE P0733 FORD EXPLORER 2002 XLT


P0733 indicates which gear has a gear ratio that varies from the correct gear ratio, the corresponding in-gear trouble code ranges from DTCs P0731-36.

Without taking apart the transmission and inspecting for damage, it is difficult to say what the exact problem is, but many people who get the P0733 code have fixed the problem by replacing the accumulator in the transmission.

Other possible causes include:
  • ATF level low
  • Deteriorated ATF
  • Shift solenoid B or F malfunction
  • Pressure control solenoid malfunction
  • Line pressure low
  • Low clutch slipping
  • High clutch slipping
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  • Oil pump malfunction
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My tranny have error P0733 town&country 2001 after repair automatic transmission


P0733 indicates which gear has a gear ratio that varies from the correct gear ratio, the corresponding in-gear trouble code ranges from DTCs P0731-36.

Without taking apart the transmission and inspecting for damage, it is difficult to say what the exact problem is, but many people who get the P0733 code have fixed the problem by replacing the accumulator in the transmission.

Other possible causes include:
  • ATF level low
  • Deteriorated ATF
  • Shift solenoid B or F malfunction
  • Pressure control solenoid malfunction
  • Line pressure low
  • Low clutch slipping
  • High clutch slipping
  • Control valve malfunction
  • Oil pump malfunction
  • TCM malfunction

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Trouble shooting d.t.c.p0733


hi this is to do with the 3rd gear sensor switch, the switch is either faulty or the gear itself ( mechanical ) has a problem, data reads : error code p0733 fault location gear 3 incorrect ratio , possible cause: wiring or TR sensor/switch or shift solenoids or transmission mechanical fault hope this helps

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OBD2 DTC P0700 &P0733


P0700 Transmission Control System Malfunction P0733 Gear 3 Incorrect ratio INFO FROM http://autorepair.about.com/cs/troubleshooting/l/bl_obd_7.htm
hope this helps.....good luck!

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