I recently bought my daughter a punto selecta. One time in the following link. Why are wire piercing leads not available at auto parts stores, hardware stores, or Radio Shack? Regardless of how you approach it, you should get this fixed right away. I use them at my shop frequently when my cornwell backprobing pins dont fit in tight spots. I think it may be an issue with the tcm not resetting.
Until the car cools down again, I cannot snap it out of limp mode. I took out air cleaner box and checked leads on G38 seems exposed wiring not broken but air hosed it down, including the contacts at the t3 connector. Man please let me know what you found out about that sensor I'm having the same issue, first some transmitting line was leaking I replaced the line and behold I service the transmission and that same cel came in I'm trying to find where that sensor would be. Im new here and have signed up as I have literally found myself at an impasse with getting my jeep Cherokee classic working. He Posted this in Do It Yourself. I also have cleared the codes many times on it and retested it and it comes up with the one code P0722 right away. If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician.
The car did keep the P0722 code at bay for 4 miles before I lost 4th gear on the interstate again-which chain reactioned more codes relating to shifting equipment. There is a turbine speed sensor that detects and reports the speed of the transmission shaft to the computer to help determine shift points. Anyone know an easy way? I get autozone to scan them and it comes up as p0732 and p0722. A lot cheaper and if the alarm does not return then it was just the sensor. This issue has come up on the A6 Allroad forum a few times, if you do a search there.
Using a sewing pin seems to be more invasive and less reliable amid a dynamic, vibratory, and hands off environment, such as a live diesel engine compartment. The module is located inside the transmission. It is hard to see how to disconnect G38. Remove the wipers and wiper cowell assuming mk4 jetta or golf. Well its my first post and I am really in need of some help.
If they ohm test good, this is the point where an oscilliscope is needed, so for the Diy'er who doesn't have one, I might suggest changing the sensor at this point. Might as well swap the tcm while you're at it. I believe it's inside the transmission housing and that means opening it up. Only continue if you have a reoccurring code. The car sat for a few days in the cold until I could locate a code reader. So you should chech it on our car models. Sometimes everything shifts fine and other times its like the jeep over revs and wont change gear until I tap the brake and then press the gas pedal again.
Since this sensor requires some jacking and surgery to replace, and checks out with the ohm-meter, I'll keep looking for the rat. Regards Jerry rubbish never heard of it it seems very unlikely for such an integral part to fail after all these gearboxes have been designed over many years i should think their just trying to sell you a reckon unit buy taking it up to be worse than it is the 2 major faults on these boxes are clutch bearing this just makes it hard to select forward and reverse due to the drag turning the box unfortunately a hole what is the quick fix or the sulution to my problem i pressure washed my 02 jetta wagon engine yesterday and when i went to drive away the tranny would not shift right if i kick the throttle after 30 mph it shifts. That creates a vacuum throughout the entire fuel storage system. This could be used by lots of other forums as well. Is there a fix for this propblem or is the car scrap. Don't want to mess with G68 and the tranny mount unless all else fails! I seem to remember you calling me or talking to you before in a email or personal message.
The issue seems to be influenced by temperature, the sensor communicates effectively until everything gets warm. Can anyone point me to a listing of the check engine codes and their descriptions for a 91 Thanks for the help. Particular attention is to be paid to 16-pin connector at gearbox between valve body and wiring harness if faults are displayed. Maybe when I extract the old sensor I'll find some cable housing damage where it has been vibrating against hot metal? I also checked for sensor grounds, and could not find any new or old-G68's brass mounting bolt gromet-not a ground. Now the only was I was able to pull him out was in reverse in 4x4 and Hello people. These can range from a faulty spark plug lead, shorted kill switch or flywheel key damage. We are not responsible for any actions you take on your vehicle.
I've tried drying things off, clearing the code, disconnecting the battery for an hour. The thing is I am a little confused. Or drive the car with vagcom hooked up and you can moniter the g68 signal. Upon my re-inspection, the transmission was again wet with coolant. So your saying you check codes with one scanner and get 715 and another scanner and get 722? Project update: no coolant leaks have developed since I replaced the coolant flange.