Tester Connection And Specified Condition

Item

Content

Tester Connection

E7-35 (NT+) - E7-27 (NT-)

Tool Setting

1 V/DIV, 2 ms/DIV

Condition

Engine idle speed (P or N position)

monitor description monitor description

This DTC indicates that a pulse is not output from the speed sensor NT (input speed sensor) or is output only a little. The NT terminal of the ECM detects the revolving signal from the speed sensor (NT) (input RPM). The ECM outputs a gear shift signal by comparing the input speed sensor (NT) with the output speed sensor (SP2).

2006 TRANSMISSION A750E Automatic Transaxle - Sequoia

While the vehicle is operating in the 4th or 5th gear position with the shift lever in the D position, if the input shaft revolution is less than 300 rpm *1 although the output shaft revolution is 1,000 rpm or more *2, the ECM detects the trouble, illuminates the MIL and stores the DTC.

HINT:

*1: Pulse is not output or is irregularly output.

*2: The vehicle speed is approximately 31 mph (50 km/h) or more.

monitor strategy

MONITOR STRATEGY

Related DTCs

P0717: Speed sensor (NT)/Verify pulse input

Required sensors/Components

Speed sensor (NT), Speed sensor (NO)

Frequency of operation

Continuous

Duration

5 seconds

MIL operation

Immediate

Sequence of operation

None

typical enabling conditions TYPICAL ENABLING CONDITIONS

The monitor will run whenever this DTC is not present.

P0500: VSS

P0748: Trans solenoid (range)

Shift change

Shift change is completed before starting next shift change operation

ECM selected gear

4th or 5th

Output shaft rpm

1,000 rpm or more

NSW switch

OFF

R switch

OFF

L switch

OFF

Engine

Running

Ignition switch

ON

Starter

OFF

typical malfunction thresholds TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

Sensor signal rpm

Less than 300 rpm component operating range

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