P0736 MERCEDES-BENZ code

A P0736 code is stored when the vehicle delays shifting into reverse gear, or will not shift into reverse at all. This could be due to a problem within the transmission, but there can be other causes as well, including: A faulty shift solenoid. Dirty or low transmission fluid.

How do I fix error code P0736?

How To Correct P0736 Reverse Incorrect Gear Ratio

  1. Transmission fluid replacement.
  2. Transmission range switch replacement.
  3. Repairing an open or short in the wiring harness or replacing it.
  4. Park/neutral position switch repair or replacement.
  5. Broken electrical connections repair or replace.

How do I fix code P0733?

Repairs that can fix a P0733 code would include:

  1. Replacing a shift solenoid.
  2. Replacing the powertrain control module.
  3. Replacing the transmission module (if applicable)
  4. Adding or replacing the transmission fluid and filter.
  5. Overhauling the current transmission.
  6. Installing a brand new transmission.

What is code P0730 mean?

Code P0730 means that the Powertrain Computer or PCM is seeing greater than a specified RPM difference between the rotational speed of the Input RPM Sensor and the Transmission Output RPM Sensor. This can occur during shifting or when driving at steady speeds in the same gear.

What causes P0733?

Code P0733 When the code P0733 is set in the Powertrain Computer, it means that the Powertrain Computer or PCM is seeing a greater than a specified RPM difference between the rotational speed of the Input RPM Sensor and the Transmission Output RPM Sensor when the vehicle is in 3rd gear.

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What can cause a P0733 code?

What are the Possible Causes of the P0733 Code?

  • Low transmission fluid level.
  • Dirty transmission fluid.
  • Bad shift solenoids.
  • Internal transmission problems.
  • A faulty valve body.
  • Circuit problems, such as damaged wiring and poor connections.
  • An issue with the PCM or TCM, such as software in need of an update.

How you fix the code P0730 on Mercedes Benz?

The most common repairs to address the P0730 code are as follows:

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

Can you drive with a P0730 code?

You may drive your vehicle with a P0730 however keep in mind your vehicle will not pass a smog inspection. Problems with the incorrect gear selection may cause drive-ability symptoms. The check engine light or malfunction indicator lamp will be illuminated as long as a P0730 is recorded in the ECC.