Then about maybe 3 miles down the road, stop sign. It could be bad, but the case usually is that the circuit feeding it is bad. On this video I show how this trouble code can be fixed if this is the issue that is going on with the vehicle. Hey bam71, did you eventually get the tranny fixed? And since they are sitting on top inside the valve body, there is no easy way to access them. Where should I start to work my way from to figure out the problem? So now I try to make it to get some codes. I had the same problem. Apparently one can not order the sensors from the manufacturer Bosch and I actually could not find the item using its product number 0 260 550 002.
Thats the best thing to do when you have no symptoms. Same crack in the trace that I just soldered. It took its time to get to 2nd gear. I even went as far as just swapping the bad solenoid out to see if that would work, but nothing came of it. They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by or. It can be found in the plastic casing on top of the valve body.
The rear brake pads normally pay 1 hour as well, but under warranty it only pays 0. Hey mikewhines, the valve body is inside the transmission. So I put into reverse and now no reverse. So back into drive still delay. But I do know I didn't need a new transmission.
So I did a search and I only found two threads specifically dealing with this issue. If anybody needs some solenoids, just hit me. Another reason I hate dealerships, they always have a service writer who doesn't know anything about the vehicles. It also seems that finding a direct match to my valve body will require a lot of research, aside going to the dealer and paying their ridiculous fees. There's a fourth but less likely option: the low coast brake solenoid valve which is the reference of P1774. I am lousy at soldering! Does anybody know what the ohm ratings are on each? At the dealer, however, if this job is done under warranty, it only pays the tech 0. It is these great posts that make these forums worthwhile.
Read the comments on the youtube video. Car drove great for 10 days. Some of these Stealers are literally teaching these techs to do what they do. The thing is, it still takes the same amount of time and effort to do the job regardless if it is under warranty or not! My understanding is that the solenoid valve controls transmission fluid and should be pretty cheap to replace. At lunch just now I went to Autozone and they pulled the P1774 code with no recommendations for fixes. Hope you like field trips, enjoy the video. I'm not at the shop so can't point ya there.
I'm just now beginning to get over the whole disaster: I do still have the old solenoids in case anybody is interested. Found these two articles, but not much use to me as a shady tree mechanic. Nvm, i think i found my answer. Here is the picture of what it looks like below. I put into reverse I feel it engage into gear and so I reverse.
I have been debating buying only a new solenoid, but I'm afraid I'll put all of this back together and still have an issue. It must be something about this time of year, but I just experienced the P1757 fault, as well. You know the shifting mechanism of the tranny functions properly, as it shifts, the problem lies between the control unit which is telling the tranny to shift , and the mechanism Front brake solenoid which allows trans fluid to pass a certain way through the valve body to actuate the shift. He showed me the code of P1716 which seems to be accurate and then pulled a valve body from the back and showed me the motherboard and the two sensors on top of it. There are numerous articles online regarding this transmission.
Service engine soon light is still on. But then it was stuck on 1st gear. Thank you for that Costee! I then pulled back over and restarted the car. But I also can't have it at a stand still. P1757 Front Brake Solenoid Circuit. Because the idiot on the phone really was clueless! I'm there 8am to 5pm Mon-Fri.
I am not sure how much work would be involved. Internal tranny parts are steel and clutch material and it would stick to the magnets if something internal had worn excessively. At this point Infiniti won't return a used valvebody, but they would warranty the valvebody. The wire I hope will add some more support at the bend, but time will tell. If ya get a new one, always check solenoid years, valve springs, balls, etc. I was driving home from work, and tried to accelerate from a stop sign, and everything felt sluggish 4th gear fail safe and got the P1757 Check Engine Light. Keep in mind that if your Transmission is contaminated with coolant this will not be the issue.