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Old 03-08-2014, 06:38 AM
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05 tranny not right CODES!!

So this morning my tow/haul popped up and started flashing so I checked codes and I got po766 solenoid D performance or stuck off and the other one is p2703 Transmission friction Element D apply time range or performance. Am I screwed here?!?!
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So this morning my tow/haul popped up and started flashing so I checked codes and I got po766 solenoid D performance or stuck off and the other one is p2703 Transmission friction Element D apply time range or performance. Am I screwed here?!?!
From the ford manual

P0766 SSPC-D Direct Clutch SSPC-D circuit, clutch or solenoid failure — OFF.

SSPC-D circuit, clutch or solenoid failed in the OFF position during operation resulting in HIGH pressure in the hydraulic circuit.

Tow/Haul OFF:
No 5th gear available.

Tow/Haul ON:
No 5th or 6th gears available.


P2703 Direct Clutch Direct clutch failed on or off.

The PCM has detected a failure within the direct clutch system. Not all gears available. Tow/Haul OFF:
No 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th gears available.
No 5th or 6th gears available.

Direct Clutch failed on or off. REFER to PID P0730_Status Chart, found immediately after Output State Control (OSC) Mode in this section, for a specific failure.
REFER to the Solenoid Application charts located at the beginning of Pinpoint Tests — OSC Equipped Vehicles.

If other solenoid DTCs are present, GO to Pinpoint Test A. If only P0730 and/or 2700 series DTCs are present, INSTALL the appropriate clutch solenoid. CLEAR DTCs, road test. If the concern is still present, REPAIR/INSTALL new internal transmission components.

You may have a solenoid failure, you may have a hard part that decided to shell, you could have a fault in a module, or harness without actually being able to test the solenoid I don't really have a good direction to point you in.
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