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Old 03-14-2010, 08:01 PM
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i have a 1999 ford f350 powerstroke everytime i put it into drive it dies out. Just had the trans rebuilt last year it has p0743 and p0605 does anybody have any idea's. Just put in a new solenoid pack.
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Old 03-16-2010, 05:26 PM
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Do you still have a warranty??
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Old 03-16-2010, 05:33 PM
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Had one year twelve k warr. Missed it by a month and a couple hundred miles.
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I must be too good for my customers, I've repaired vehicles 6 mths out of warrranty at no charge.
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0605 PCED Powertrain Control Module ROM error Internal PCM failure Internal PCM failure

P0743 which is the Torque Converter Electrical Circuit
To replace the pack you have to drop the trans pan. If you find a lot of metal fragments in the pan/on the magnet then don't even bother changing the solenoids...you have internal failure. A lot of times the solenoids will get clogged with metal & trip a code

The fault might be a wiring harness fault, a faulty PCM, or a faulty solenoid/pack in the transmission.
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