This is what needs to be checked for the failure
The input shaft speed sensor generates a pulsed signal of 0 5 volts. The pulsed signal frequency increases with an increase in the input shaft speed.
The PCM (terminal 111) continuously monitors the input shaft speed signal.
DESCRIPTIONS OF MONITOR METHODS
In 1st gear, if a difference between turbine revolution and that value calculated from output revolution equals or exceeds specified value, PCM judges that step-out in 1st gear has occurred.
MONITOR EXECUTION CONDITIONS (OTHER MONITOR AND SENSOR)
Other Monitor (There is no temporary DTC stored in memory for the item monitored below)
DTC 27, 28 (P0705): Transmission range switch d malfunction
DTC 22 (P0715): Input shaft speed sensor malfunction
The output shaft speed sensor generates a pulsed signal of 0 5 volts. The pulsed signal frequency increases with an increase in the output shaft speed.
The PCM (terminal 112) continuously monitors the output shaft speed signal.
DTC 23 (P0720): Output shaft speed senor malfunction
DTC 36 (P0743): Torque converter clutch solenoid malfunction
DTC 31 (P0753): Low-reverse solenoid malfunction
DTC 32 (P0758): Underdrive solenoid malfunction
DTC 33 (P0763): Second solenoid malfunction
DTC 34 (P0768): Overdrive solenoid malfunction
DTC 54 (P1751): A/T control relay malfunction
Sensor (The sensor below is determined to be normal)
Input shaft speed sensor
Output shaft speed sensor
Transmission range switch
Torque converter clutch solenoid
A/T control relay
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Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 AT 3:52 AM