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post #1 of 15 Old 12-22-2012, 07:57 AM Thread Starter
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Trannie help please

I got the code PO713 sensor circuit high input on my 05 F350 PS. Question.... Is this a serviceable part by dropping the pan and replacing a module or should I take it to ford for repair?

Symptoms are Tow/Haul light flashing, message center reads "check transmission temperature", factory transmission temp gauge drops to zero and the check engine light comes on. For a while it still shifts just fine but after a while, once you shut it off it goes into limp mode and won't shift past third gear.

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I'd say the sensor is bad and it is replaceable. I'll look for a diagram.

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Got it. I can't post pics on here but if you PM me your cell number, I'll try and text you a pic.

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Thanks for the information. looks pretty simple.

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Yea its simple to do u might want to think about changing your filter while u have the pan dropped.
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May as well change the frame filter since you have the pan off. No sense running clean fluid through a dirty filter.

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trannie issue resolved... but wait

Ok. I changed the TFT sensor and both filters. Now , how do I get the CEL to go off? All else is working fine.

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Do you have access to a good scan tool or a buddy that has one?

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No I do not.
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