What does P0712 mean?

What does P0712 mean?

Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor
OBD-II Code P0712 is defined as a Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit Low. The Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor tells the engine control module (PCM) the temperature of the fluid in the transmission.

How do I fix the code P0711?

What repairs can fix the P0711 code?

  1. Fill transmission fluid to manufacturer recommended levels.
  2. Perform a transmission fluid service, if needed.
  3. Repair any transmission fluid leaks.
  4. Repair loose or damaged electrical wiring and related connectors.
  5. Replace damaged or defective transmission temperature sensor.

How do I fix code P0712?

What Repairs Will Fix P0712?

  1. Install a new transmission fluid temperature sensor.
  2. Change dirty transmission fluid.
  3. Change transmission filter.
  4. Fix transmission fluid leaks.
  5. Fix shorts in the wiring and/or damage.
  6. Fix corroded or damaged connectors.

What is a normal temperature for a transmission?

175 to 220 degrees
#1 Cause of Failure The optimal temperature range for transmission fluid is 175 to 220 degrees. Above that, for every 20 degrees bad things happen, starting with formation of varnish at 240 degrees, followed by seals hardening, plates slipping, seals and clutches burn out, carbon is formed, and, ultimately, failure.

How do I fix code po700?

What repairs can fix the P0700 code?

  1. Transmission control module (TCM) replacement.
  2. Repairing or replacing faulty wiring.
  3. Valve body replacement.
  4. Transmission shift solenoid replacement.