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Old 07-08-2009, 04:49 PM   #1
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p0748 limp mode

hi, have got a 2003 2.3 turbo automatic just 2 months developed a problem in limp mode, realized too much trans fluid empty 1 liter still when car warms up car stays in 5th gear even paddle shift. could this be a problem with the trans fluid contamination since when reset it could go for days without problems
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Is the Engine Coolant Low? Does the Atf Look Pinkish? 95's Do Have Radiator Cooler Failures too. Just not as many as the 93ss
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dark but still pink smell normal level fine just as the tranny warms up 30 min. or so this happens
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I'm going to go ahead and hijack this old thread. I'm stuck in Limp mode (no power in drive) throwing a p0748 for pressure control solenoid.

I'm running fresh Mobil 3309 ATF.

The transmission was sourced from a 2003 9-5 as my 2002 had the same issue (as well as a torque converter code)

Could this be a fluid issue or probably a bad solenoid?

I'm going to check for short to ground in the wiring but I'm not betting that's the issue.
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