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This code PO741 is the Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck Off. This may be an electrical problem or **** off

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Any transmission issue ,needs immediate attention

I never recommend even using the vehicle, until resolved

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This code PO741 is the Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck Off. This may be an electrical problem or other problem with the transmission. Have you changed the fluid on your vehicle? As it is impossible to diagnose this on the internet, I suggest you take this vehicle to a professional and have it repaired before the transmission is ruined and you spend lots of money replacing it. Now is the time to get this repaired.

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P0741 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck Off

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What is code po741?


P0741 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck Off

This means that the lock up Torque Converter is not locking up as it should at highway speed or 35 mph and up (I learned that figure in school for Oldsmobile automobiles).

It can lead to less fuel efficiency.

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2004 kia spectra new trans & torque converter code po741 after install why


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Code po741 on a cadillac deville dhs 2001


P0741 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Performance or Stuck Off

Your car actually has a viscous converter clutch inside the torque converter instead of a (mechanical) torque converter clutch to lock up the torque converter for fuel economy improvement. You will see it referred to as the VCC and/or TCC.....

The TCC/VCC has a variety of components in the system including an electrical circuit supplying the transmission, the apply solenoid inside the trans, the torque converter itself, the PCM that controls the apply, etc. It is impossible to diagnose from afar. Unlikely that it is a "sensor" inside the trans as the PCM controls the VCC apply and uses engine and trans data that it receives from a variety of sources. If a "sensor" had failed the trouble code for that sensor would be setting......

Something as simple as the brake switch can cause the VCC to not apply correctly. There is a safety switch on the brake pedal that activates the brake lights and disconnects the VCC circuit. If it is misadjusted then the trans cannot apply the VCC. Lots of other trouble shooting items on the VCC system. If you don't have a service manual and cannot trouble shoot the system, I would recommend a Cadillac dealer as they have the trouble shooting information for the specific VCC that the Cadillac 4T80E trans has that a trans shop is simply not familiar with. No sense working on the trans until you actually know what is wrong.

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I have a 2004 Honda Accord V6. It goes into all gears, but does not move. I have fault codes p0722 and p0741. Which of these could be my problem and can amateur fix it?


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U have a problem with the electric transmission torque converter clutch, to repair this requires the removal of the transmission, and in most cases a new torque converter.

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