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Old 06-06-2013, 12:13   #1 (permalink)
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P0717 and P0715

Both of these codes have come up on our 2004 Freestar 3.8, 275,000 miles. The TQ recall has been done.

P0717 is "Turbine Speed Sensor no signal"
P0715 is "Turbine Speed Sensor circuit fault"

Do these Sensors fail regularly? If so is it on the upper, back side of the transmission, (say 2:00 as looking at the crank) attached to the bell housing area?

Or maybe there is a common chafing point on the wiring harness?

When looking at data, I have an ISS which I figured was the Input Speed Sensor, but I also have a TSS_SRC which sounds like "Turbine Speed Sensor_ Something Really Confusing. I'm not up on auto trans enough to know, but I thought the input speed is the same thing as the Turbine speed.
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Re: P0717 and P0715

input: "drivers side front, remove the wheel, and you'll see a sensor with a retaining bolt in the transmission housing." Make no promises, I've never worked on one. Also, haven't had a lot of complaints about the sensor, I think a close examination of the condition of the wires and connections would be a wise decision.
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input: "drivers side front, remove the wheel, and you'll see a sensor with a retaining bolt in the transmission housing." Make no promises, I've never worked on one. Also, haven't had a lot of complaints about the sensor, I think a close examination of the condition of the wires and connections would be a wise decision.
Yeah. A quick look at the wiring, then a price check on a new sensor is in order. If the price is cheap enough, it may be worth it to just throw one at it rather than spend hours digging into the wiring harness.
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Does $42 sound about right?

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VEHICLE SPEED SENSOR Freestar
Apparently the input speed sensor (AKA Turbine speed sensor) is the same as the vehicle speed sensor (AKA Output speed sensor).
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Couldn't tell you, like I said, I've never changed one. Anybody else want to take a stab at this?
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