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DTC P0741 TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH SOLENOID PERFORMANCE (SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE SL)

There are several possible causes for this code. Yes, it COULD be that there is damage inside the transmission that will require transmission removal and overhaul. However, I have fixed this code a number of times by simply replacing the shift SL solenoid which is mounted externally on the transmission housing.

I would recommend taking your car to a shop that specializes in transmission repair and get a second opinion.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on May 08, 2014


The power steering works off the engine, so if engine not running, no power steering. It sounds like to me that a good place to start would be the fuel filter. If the fuel filter is plugged, it may allow enough fuel to go through to run the vehicle for a few minutes but not allow enough through to sustain continued operation. The fuel pump is also a consideration.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2014


1 and 4 fire off same coil so i would feel conifedent saying either the wires or the coil is bad we do several coils at the dealership please rate this info

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 11, 2014


The simplest thing is to replace the headlights, check the fuse for the lights, or check the dimmer switch.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 29, 2014


could have small head gasket leak on exhaust side

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 29, 2014


It could be that the rear collision sensors (or any of the other ones were damaged in the collision). They work as a system so if one is down, it may effect the others. The dealer can diagnose and reset if there isn't any damaged sensors. Before you take it to them, try to determine if the wiring harness under the seats might be unplugged or corroded. It's not uncommon after a collision.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 27, 2014


We have no wiring diagrams so I suggest you ask the dealer for a detailed cost breakdown to see why they want such a large amount of money to fix this problem. Seems very high and I am a retired dealer technician.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 24, 2014


They had a recall on the computer on this car . The fuel pump would shut down and what the problem was is a cracked computer board.Call the dealer with your vin number in hand. Providing its the fuel pump. More info on whats goin on.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 28, 2014


its broken the guides or window parts.
get it fixed
or remove door cards and DIY.
2 choices.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 23, 2014


I had this happen to my Ford Focus once.
I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, but it sounds like your alternator. If your lights are also flaring on and off, your battery could be overcharging and therefore could be your alternator or distributor acting up.
Basically, your batter is trying to get rid of overcharge by using all the power it can. Bring it into a shop ASAP or your battery could explode (like mine did) on the highway.

2006 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 15, 2014


cab heater a/c blower?
did you apply 12vdc to it directly and its dead>?
scion not corolla (corolla is easy)
tc,xa or xb>>>> no clue, so will look at tc.

but no matter what, i hot wire the blower, first. everyone does.
and the FSm too, it tells you step by step how to do the test.
sorry if all this is old hat, most here dont know this.....
if the blower works hot wired, its good.

ok the FSM covers this job, getone.
or, login in to alldata.com and read how.
that is what we do, so we can plan our time.

TC
. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL WARNING Wait at least 90 seconds after disconnecting the cable from the negative (-) battery terminal to prevent airbag and seat belt pretensioner activation. 2. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY UPPER
  • Remove the instrument panel sub-assembly upper
3. REMOVE INSTRUMENT PANEL SUB-ASSEMBLY LOWER
  • Remove the instrument panel sub-assembly lower
4. REMOVE ECM
5. REMOVE AIR DUCT
6. REMOVE BLOWER ASSEMBLY

it looks like the blower just drops out the bottom, did you look?
it has 3 screws hold the motor assy to the main casing.
and the plug is there pin 2 is hot, pin 1 is ground
hot wire pin 2.
facing motor, with conn, at 12pm, pin 2 is LEFT.
the FSM shows a photo of that. and the full steps.


2006 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 09, 2014

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