Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
Dave, The P0700 code is a generic fault code indicating the the TCM (transmission control module) has recognized a problem and the P0755 is the indicated problem. I'd recommend you check your transmission external electrical connector for water intrusion and corrosion at the terminals by disconnecting the connector. If nothing appears wrong, I'd then recommend you drop the lower transmission pan and take a look at the residue deposit that is laying on the bottom of the pan. You should only see a relativily minor amount of grayish, black clutch material residing there. Pay particular attention for a gross amount of this or any large particular material, including any metal, either filings or chunks, or any brass or aluminum. If this checks out to be fairly clean, then I'd recommend you replace that "B" solenoid (2-3 shift solenoid) and have the trans. pan and filter replaced.; I'd also highly recommend you have the trans flushed for anyother particular matter that may reside internally inside the transmission. You'll have to have the codes cleared and the transmission relearned for shift feel, at that point.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
THE INTERMITTENT SIGNAL FROM THE DEFECTIVE CRANK SENSOR IS CAUSING THE CAR TO STARVE OF SPARK AND FUEL. IF YOU REPLACE THE CRANK SENSOR, THIS WILL FIX THE JERKING PROBLEM BY HAVING A CONTINUOUS FLOW OF FUEL AND SPARK. THE TRANSMISSIONS ON THESE CARS ARE NOTORIOUS FOR SHIFTING PROBLEMS. THE TRANSMISSION MAY NEED A NEW FILTER AND FLUID. HOPE THIS HELPS. KEEP ME POSTED PLEASE. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK
Posted on May 15, 2009
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