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2004 Ford Truck Ranger 2WD Transmission Position Switch/ Sensor Service and Repair MANUAL

Special Tool(s) Removal 1. With the vehicle in NEUTRAL, position it on a hoist. 2. Disconnect the shift cable from the manual control lever. 3. Disconnect the digital transmission range (TR) sensor electrical connector. 4. Remove the manual control outer lever nut and manual control outer lever. 2004 Ford Truck Ranger 2WD V6-4.0L VIN E 5. Remove the screws and the digital TR sensor. Installation 1. Install the digital TR sensor and loosely install the screws. 2. CAUTION: Tightening one screw before tightening the other may cause the sensor to bind or become damaged. NOTE: The manual lever must be in the NEUTRAL position. Using the special tool, align the digital TR sensor and tighten screws in an alternating sequence. 3. Install the manual control outer lever and nut. 2004 Ford Truck Ranger 2WD V6-4.0L VIN E Copyright © 2007, ALLDATA 9.50 Page 3 4. Connect the digital transmission range (TR) sensor electrical connector. 5. Connect the shift cable to the manual control lever. 6. Verify that the shift cable is adjusted correctly.

2005 Mazda 3 S 2.3L Check engine light is on for a code transmission P0715 (Input/ Turbine Speed Sensor)

Customer Concern: Check engine light is on for a code transmission P0715 (Input/Turbine Speed Sensor). Tests/Procedures: 1. Scope the signal at the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and watch for glitches while maneuvering the wire harness near the PCM connector. Potential Causes: Wiring Diagnostic Codes: P0715 Author: Guy Dibble Average Reported Mileage: 56000

1996 Pontiac Grand Am DTC P0502 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Circuit Low Input (3.1L VIN M) Service Manual

Action Taken When the DTC Sets Conditions for Clearing the MIL/DTC Diagnostic Aids Test Description The numbers below refer to the step numbers on the diagnostic table. 2. This step verifies that the PCM is receiving a signal from the vehicle speed sensor. 3. This step verifies that there are no opens in the circuitry from the vehicle speed sensor to the PCM connector. 7. This step performs a resistance test on the VSS circuits from the PCM connector. • The transmission defaults to 3rd gear. • The PCM inhibits TCC operation. • The PCM illuminates the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL). • The PCM turns OFF the MIL after three consecutive ignition cycles without a failure reported. • A scan tool can clear the DTC from the PCM history. The PCM clears the DTC from the PCM history if the vehicle completes 40 warm-up cycles without a failure reported. • The PCM cancels the DTC default actions when the fault no longer exists and the ignition is OFF long enough in order to power down the PCM. • Check for PRNDL DTC P0705. DTC P0705 affects transmission operation. This may set DTC P0502 falsely. • Check for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in circuits 400 and 401. EMI may be induced if the harness is routed along the spark plug wires. • Inspect the wiring for poor electrical connections at the PCM. Inspect the wiring at the TCC brake switch. Look for the following conditions: – A bent terminal – A backed out terminal – A damaged terminal – Poor terminal tension – A chafed wire – A broken wire inside the insulation • When diagnosing for an intermittent short or open condition, massage the wiring harness while watching the test equipment for a change. • Ensure that the VSS is securely tightened to the case extension. DTC P0502 Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit (VSS) Low Input

1994 Ford Truck F 350 2WD Pickup A/T – E40D No Upshifts or Harsh Upshifts/ 4th Gear Starts

All of these concerns can be the result of an inappropriate Manual Lever Position (MLP) sensor signal. The MLP sensor consists of six resistors connected in series (ganged). The resistance of the MLP sensor will vary based on which range the transmission is in. The MLP circuit can be checked using the following steps. (Step 1) Check the MLPS ground: Turn the ignition on. The voltage on pin 46 (sensor ground ) should not exceed .1v. If the voltage is excessive, add an additional ground to the existing ground wire (figure 2). Figure 2 Splice an additional ground from the existing ground wire to a known good ground.The negative post of the battery is the best. This view is of the pins of the MLP connector pins. (Step 2) Check the MLPS voltage: The voltage at pin 30 should vary-in increments- according to the position of the manual lever (figure 3). MLP voltage (ignition on) should be within 20% of these specifications Note It is recommended that you use a break-out box. If a break-out box is not available, you will need to pierce the wires to pins 30 and 46 for these tests. (Step 3) Check the resistance of the MLPS: The resistance of the MLPS (pins 30 and 46) should change-in increments-with the position of the manual lever (figure 4). Note If this test is being done with a break-out box, disconnect the computer first (make sure the ignition is off). If this test is being done without a break-out box, disconnect the MLPS from the vehicle harness. REVISED This is a revised bulletin. Remove bulletin 230 from your files. Note Testing beyond this point will include tests of the harness. Consult the appropriate repair manual for this.

1991 Subaru Legacy Sedan 4WD Manual Transmission/ Transaxle: Service and Repair Removal

1. Open front hood and support with a stay. 2. Disconnect battery cables from battery. 3. Remove air intake duct. 4. Remove clutch cable, return spring and hill-holder cable. 5. Disconnect the following: -Oxygen Sensor connector -Crank Angle Sensor connector -Cam Angle Sensor connector -Knock Sensor connector -Transmission Harness connectors -Transmission Ground Terminal 6. Disconnect start connector and terminal and remove the starter assembly. 7. Remove pitching stopper rod. 8. Remove connector holder bracket 9. Set the engine support assembly (927670000). 10. Remove engine to transmission mounting nut and bolt on the upper side. 11. Raise and support car then disconnect the front exhaust pipe from the engine. Note: Remove all nuts except one. This nut is used to temporarily hold the exhaust pipe. 12. Disconnect the front to rear exhaust pipe connection. 13. Disconnect front exhaust pipe at transmission and hanger locations. 14. Remove the nut which was used to temporarily hold the exhaust pipe in step 11 and disconnect the front exhaust pipe. 15. Disconnect rear exhaust pipe from muffler. 16. Remove front cover of rear differential mount. 17. Remove the four bolts which hold the propeller shaft to rear differential. 18. Remove the two bolts which hold the center bearing to the car body.