Upgrading to oversized off-road tires, for example, throws off the results that the modules are expecting, which they interpret as a fault. I'm hoping it's some sort of fluke in the software that caused the mishap in the first place, but they were able to clear the code and it's driven ~50 miles since they did the work. I have done a 100 amp load test on the battery and it reads good, 12. Thank you in advance for advice. My van is running fine.
I then get p2121 and p1765. Or is it something else? This seemed above our heads, though. Hopefully it doesn't come back. If battery is original 2005 it is more than likely one cell has shorted out. I have 3 codes P1727, P0335 and P0700. If your are for a different car, select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all used by one manufacture are used by the other makes. In some cases, performance problems may exhibit such as misfire-like symptoms or dying when you are coming to a stop.
All the transmission shops want to keep for a day to diagnose. I have just over 100k miles on it. If you didnt, it didnt, and will never start. These flakes clog shift solenoids and the valve bodies and can result in the P0700 code. I hadn't noticed anything out of the ordinary before this happened. Repalce the K40 first because of the other elect glitches you are having now. Don't think it will help you any.
There has never been a check engine light on. I've never had any sort of battery related issue. Problems usually occurred when I start the car in cold morning. I don't know what happened to it. I don't know how to call the part exactly, but I know what happened is some parts was burned inside, and when they drained the oil out, it was really black and has a burned smelt. I hook the jumpstarter up to the battery, let it sit 1-2 minutes, then.
Green or blueish corrosion can wreak all sorts of havoc. In this case it certainly sounds like it with low voltage. It doesn't only give you a code number. This was not the case for me, I tried disconnecting the battery for hours, leaving the car off for 24+ hours, etc. You've not previously mentioned a fuel leak or air.
Hi, I'm having exact the same problem as you, and my car is 2003 325i with 82k miles. Glad things are working well now. Look up the other , please use the search box. I had it checked today and am getting an error code of p0700. The list of automotive Makes at the right edge of the screen.
Granted, I've only owned the car for the past ~5k miles. This requires a scan tool that will communicate with the transmission module. However the problem reoccur after a couple of days. The currently selected is for the Porsche makes. But until you rid the low voltage code, then you are likely to have tranny issues. What should I do first to possibly get it fixed without replacing entire trans. Your thoughts based upon what I mentioned? The code was P0700 so he told me I would have to go to an actual transmission shop to have it read further as this was a generic code.
Hydraulic fluid may slip past worn seals, brakes and clutches may slip, and solenoids can die, any or all of which can lead to a control failure. If you still have problems then report back and let's see. P0700 and P0420 are the codes that came up. What are the common causes of code P0700? Voltage in accessory mode was ~11. So i went to a mechanic shop to check and found out it was P0700 code? He asked the same question. Recently drove down the street and lost all gears.