P0848 JEEP code

The storage of a P0848 trouble code means that the powertrain control module (PCM) has detected a problem with the transmission fluid sensor circuit. The pressure to the hydraulic pump is controlled by the PCM via the electronic pressure control solenoids.

What does P0848 code mean?

If the PCM or TCM detects an issue with the hydraulic clutch or the pressure switch, the PCM or TCM will set code P0848. Driving with this trouble code is not recommended. A vehicle with this code should be taken in to a repair shop for diagnosis.

Where is the transmission fluid pressure sensor?

The pump pressure switch is located on the transmission housing next to the pump. The switch lets the computer know what the pressure is coming from the pump when the engine is running. The servo pressure switch is located on the housing near a band or servo in the transmission.

What does code po846 mean?

What the P0846 code means. The P0846 trouble code indicates that the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has detected an anomalous fluid reading from the transmission system. The transmission system uses hydraulic fluid to regulate features like torque converter lockup and gearshift actuation.

What is code P0847?

The P0847 code is a standard OBD-II trouble code that detects a problem with the transmission fluid pressure “B” circuit. The “B” represents an area of the transmission fluid pressure circuit, rather than an individual component.

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How do I fix code P0848?

What repairs can fix the P0848 code?

  1. If the mechanic detects a damaged transmission due to debris in the transmission pan, then the transmission first needs rebuilding and a new torque converter installed.
  2. The mechanic should also replace any damaged or faulty wiring, connectors, or components.

How much does it cost to replace a transmission fluid pressure sensor?

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The average cost for transmission position sensor replacement is between $251 and $301. Labor costs are estimated between $138 and $174 while parts are priced between $113 and $128. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific vehicle or unique location.

How do I fix code P0840?

What repairs can fix the P0840 code?

  1. Replacing the pressure control solenoid.
  2. Refilling, or flushing and replacing, the old transmission fluid.
  3. Clearing blocked transmission fluid passages.
  4. Addressing any mechanic internal transmission failures.
  5. Replacing a faulty PCM or TCM, in rare cases.