How do I fix code P0933?

How do I fix code P0933?

How to Correct P0933 Hydraulic Pressure Sensor Range/Performance

  1. Repair or replace all the damaged, corroded, burned or shorted wiring and circuitry.
  2. Repair or replace the Transmission Control Module (TCM)
  3. Repair or replace the Pressure Control Solenoid (PCS)

What does code P0933 mean?

P0933: Hydraulic Pressure Sensor Range/Performance OBD-II Trouble Code. To change gears in line with driving conditions, the ECU has to be able to modulate the hydraulic pressure inside of the transmission. If this transmission sensor is not performing within its expected range, a P0933 DTC will be triggered.

What does P0731 code mean?

The P0731 code occurs when the PCM detects a discrepancy between the speeds of first gear’s input RPM sensor and transmission output RPM sensor. As a result, the vehicle cannot shift into first gear, and it could indicate that the transmission is slipping.

How do you fix low transmission fluid pressure?

What Repairs Will Fix P0868?

  1. Change the transmission fluid and filter.
  2. Repair transmission fluid leaks.
  3. Repair or replace damaged wiring and sensors on the transmission wiring harness.
  4. Replace the transmission pump.
  5. Replace transmission fluid pressure sensor.
  6. Replace transmission fluid temperature sensor.

How do I fix code P0731?

What repairs can fix the P0731 code?

  1. Adding more transmission fluid or changing the transmission fluid.
  2. Replacing a defective shift solenoid.
  3. Replacing or reprogramming a defective TCM.
  4. Replacing wiring and/or connectors for a damaged transmission control circuit.

How do you fix gear ratio problems?

Inspect electrical connections and wires connecting sensors to the transmission control module. Repair or replace any damaged wires in and around the transmission control module. Repair or replace any damaged wires in and around transmission speed sensor.

What causes low transmission fluid pressure?

Insufficient transmission fluid levels due to leaks in the system. Slipping or otherwise malfunctioning transmission. Malfunctioning transmission high pressure pump. Defective transmission temperature sensor.

What can cause low transmission pressure?


  • Dirty or low transmission fluid.
  • Transmission fluid leak.
  • Damaged wiring and/or connectors.
  • Overheated transmission.
  • Overheated engine.
  • Failed transmission pump.
  • Failed transmission fluid pressure sensor.
  • Failed transmission fluid temperature sensor.

What does a code mean on a Jeep Liberty p0340?

The Jeep Liberty is no exception to this rule. That’s because it’s a generic powertrain code. Generic codes tell you that there is a problem, but they don’t really tell you what particular part of the system is throwing the code. OBDII P0340 means that there is a problem with the Camshaft Position Sensor (CPS) circuit.

What is code p0339?

P0339 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Intermittent”. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation.

What causes engine code p0138?

Faulty Rear Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1

  • Rear Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 harness is open or shorted
  • Rear Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 circuit poor electrical connection
  • Intake air leaks
  • Exhaust gas leaks
  • Inappropriate fuel pressure
  • Faulty fuel injectors
  • What does a crankshaft position sensor do?

    Crankshaft position sensor. A crank sensor is an electronic device used in an internal combustion engine, both petrol and diesel, to monitor the position or rotational speed of the crankshaft. This information is used by engine management systems to control the fuel injection or the ignition system timing and other engine parameters.