How do I fix code P0741?

Possible fixes to clear a OBD-II Trouble Code P0741 include:

How do I fix code P0741?

Possible fixes to clear a OBD-II Trouble Code P0741 include:

  1. Replace the TCC solenoid.
  2. Repair TCC solenoid wiring.
  3. Replace valve body, including all solenoids.
  4. Replace transmission control module.
  5. Repair damaged transmission wiring harness/connector.
  6. Replace defective engine coolant temperature sensor.

How do you fix a torque converter clutch circuit that is stuck?

What Repairs Will Fix P0741?

  1. Replace the torque converter clutch solenoid.
  2. Replace the torque converter or clutch.
  3. Change transmission fluid and filter.
  4. Repair/replace damaged wiring and connectors.
  5. Repair/replace TCM or ECU.
  6. Install a rebuilt or remanufactured transmission.

Can you drive with a P0741?

Can I drive my vehicle with a P0741 trouble code and illuminated CEL? You may drive your vehicle with a P0741 however keep in mind your vehicle will not pass a smog inspection. Problems with the torque converter clutch operation may cause drive-ability symptoms.

What causes code P0741?

If your Powertrain Control Module (PCM) identifies a problem with the transmission input shaft and torque converter’s rotational speeds, it will trigger a P0741 code. This problem will manifest itself as a difference between the speed of the torque converter and the transmission input shaft.

What happens when the torque converter clutch is locked?

This clutch acts just like a clutch disc in a manual transmission application. When the converter is “locked up” this clutch is forced against the front of the converter creating a direct drive from engine to transmission.

What is code P0757?

What the P0757 code means. Your vehicle’s computer-controlled transmission relies on shift solenoids to manage fluid transferring between hydraulic circuits to trigger a change in transmission to gear ratio. Code P0757 shows up when the PCM senses an abnormality during this process in solenoid B.