P0902 DODGE code

P0902 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Clutch Actuator Circuit Low“. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation.

How do I fix code P0902?

What Repairs Will Fix P0902?

  1. Replace transmission clutch actuator.
  2. Replace solenoid(s)
  3. Replace sensor(s)
  4. Repair or replace wiring/connectors.
  5. Replace failed fuses and/or fusible link.
  6. Replace clutch master cylinder.
  7. Update ECU programming.
  8. Replace failed TCM/ECU.

What causes clutch actuator failure?

A short or open in the clutch motor circuit. Faulty or damaged wiring. A bad clutch actuator assembly. Loose or faulty actuator harness or connectors.

What is a clutch actuator circuit?

The clutch actuator is a transmission part that allows the TCM to be able to manually engage and disengage the clutch without the use of a clutch pedal. This allows a manual transmission to essentially behave like an automatic transmission.

What is clutch actuator circuit Low?

What Does Code P0902 Mean? OBD II fault code is defined as “Clutch Actuator – Circuit Low”, and is set when either the PCM (Powertrain Control Module), or TCM Transmission Control Module) detects a low voltage in the clutch actuator’s control circuit.

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