P0752 FORD code

The P0752 OBD-II trouble code is associated with a detected stuck on transmission Shift Solenoid “A”. The P0752 code is detected when the gear required by the ECM does not match the actual gear when vehicle is driven.

How do I fix code P0752?

What repairs can fix the P0752 code?

  1. The transmission fluid may just need to be replaced or topped off.
  2. Shorted or burned wiring may need replacing.
  3. Blockages within the pump may need to be cleared out.
  4. A defective pump may also need to be replaced.

What does trouble code P0752 mean?

Little spring-loaded plungers called solenoids, control the flow of transmission fluid in the valve body, which allows the ECU to control gear changes. A P0752 means the 1-2 shift solenoid is stuck in the ‘on’ position.

Where is the transmission pressure control solenoid located?

In most cases, solenoids are located inside of the oil pan, connected to the valve body. Depending on what you drive, the technician may be able to replace just the failed shift solenoid.

Where is the transmission shift solenoid located?

Transmission Shift Solenoid Location

The Transmission shift solenoids are located inside the valve body of your automatic transmission. They are integrated into the valve body, and on some car models, you can see them without removing the valve body, while on others, you have to remove the valve body to reach them.

How do you bypass a shift solenoid?

To bypass the shift and TCC solenoids, you simply need to connect standard 194 light bulbs to these individual circuits coming from the PCM and then connect the other side of the bulbs to ignition B+. The light bulbs will then serve as a “load” which will simulate the solenoids.

How much does it cost to replace a transmission solenoid?

$200 to $500

The overall cost to replace the shift solenoid in an automatic transmission ranges from $200 to $500 for a single solenoid. If the damage requires you to replace the entire solenoid pack the cost increases to between $250 and $700.

Can you replace a shift solenoid?

Once it is determined that you have a failed transmission shift solenoid the only repair is to replace the faulty part. Replacing a transmission shift solenoid can be done by most any auto repair shop, automobile dealership service center or you can do-it-yourself “DIY”.

How do you test a shift solenoid on a circuit?

Zitat von Youtube: You have two prongs all that we're doing is we're taking the two leads from the multimeter. And touching these two prongs. Now the black lead can touch the left or the right prong.

What will happen if you drive without transmission fluid?

Low-quality transmission fluid – or driving without transmission fluid altogether – can cause a number of problems such as transmission failure, gear slipping, a hard time shifting, and a few more issues.

How much does it cost to fix a pressure control solenoid?

The replacement will cost you about $60-$140 for one hour. Generally, it cost you $150-$400 to get your vehicle inspected and the system replaced on the diagnosis of any fault. Single solenoids are around $15-$100 to buy. The entire pack will be a bit more expensive and range between $50-$300.

How do you replace a pressure solenoid?

Zitat von Youtube: First thing we need to do is to remove the negative battery cable from the battery. Next thing we need to do is to remove the air box cover it has 5 Phillips head screws.