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Hi welcome to just answers my name is Ricardo Find and disconnect the Green D-Check special mode test connectors, 2 cavity green connectors just left of the steering column. They are normally unplugged. When connected together, it causes the PCM to go into output cycling KOEO and D-Check engine running.
is on the left side of the steering just leave it disconnected this plug should not be left connected, then disconnect the battery terminal for 3 minutes
ok depending on production dates this location may change did you disconnect it?
ok po851 and p1518 relates to this conector been connected or the wires shorted at the same connector under the glove box check the Orange/Blue wire at the test mode connectors for voltage, this should have a reference voltage from the Engine Control Module (ECM) pin B19. If there is none, check for a short to ground between the test mode connector and the ECM, and the ECM and pin 14 Orange at the Data Link Connector (DLC).2. Remove this wire from pin B19 of the ECM and clear the codes to see if that fixes it.
Hi good morning where this codes in addition to the previous codes?
OK PO700 this code only lets you know there are transmission codes stored on your TCM
let me look up po506.
PO506 is just a throttle idle circuit to low you need to clean the throttle body.2. Perform the adaptive idle memory. Reset the adaptive values by disconnecting the negative battery terminal, touch it to the positive battery terminal, then leave the negative cable disconnected for about 15 minutes, and reconnect the negative cable.
you will still have PO700 this means you need to access the transmission controller. with a scanner but you can not use a code scanner you need a more advance scanner like snap on Modes you will need to have it scan by a repair shop that has one they will usually scan the codes at no cost to you.
check your transmission fluid also. Low transmission fluid may cause the torque converter to drag after braking hard and stall
very good, talk to you then thank you.
I looked up this codes and P0750 does not exist on this vehicle are you sure You have the right code?
do i have the right year and model is it turbo 2.5
OK let me look it up again
this code is not related to a crank sensor this code is for shift solenoid "A" shorted this controls your transmission up shift.
sorry but i can't come up with the right diagnostic this code does not relate to the problem you have therefore let me let another expert come in and help OK.
I can help but I think a phone call at this point would be best