May be just a tad high but again, I am not sure what all they are replacing and the area you are in. Depending on what they are replacing. Other than getting the car scanned for codes, when if ever has the transmission been serviced? The blue light is a replacement for the traditional temperature gauge. Also what is your engine size in liter? Can you tell me if this is accurate, please? Having the vehicle scanned really is the best way to have a better idea of what is going on. Check for exhaust leaks or air suction caused by loose or missing nuts and bolts, or damage to exhaust system.
He said that he could clear the code for me and see if it came on again. This will stop the flashing. Pulling trans now, but need fixed now and have very little money. Early model Subaru Automatic transmission diagnostic code retrieval procedure. The price of diagnostics and repairs can become very expensive to find an issue that the codes are trying to tell you. It can be as simple as running hard with a heavy load on the car.
At this time, decelerate the vehicle. The light will go off within 3 full warm up cool down cycles or drive cycles. Or is there something else I should check regarding color, consistency, etc. Yes, your warning light will illuminate when the automatic transmission fluid is low. I will check my workshop manual as soon as I have some free time and try to get a definitive answer for you.
Yes, code 27 is saying that there is a problem with the wiring going to the sensor. I've never had an issue with it until today, when I was cruising along in the fast lane, trying to pass a car and get back over to exit. Martin has future plans of automotive diagnostic software development. Had only driven around town for 10 minute intervals, 25 degrees out, other car temps fine. But since the autobox capacity is 8. As ok4450 recommended have the transmission control computer scanned for codes—the computer will have a wealth of information. If this light illuminates when the engine is running, it may indicate that the automatic transmission fluid temperature is too hot.
Any advice as to how to prodeed? Any suggestions or advice for anything else I can check or do? Sounds like a bunch of bolts rattling around or a heat shield loose type of sound. This post was written by: Martin Hand Donations If you find this information helpful please consider a donation. The lights came back and it seemed to drive fine for another 40 miles until I got home. Please and thank you very much for your help ahead of time. Oh, btw, its an automatic transmission and the car has about 180,000 miles on it. If this was my vehicle, it would have had its trans fluid changed 7 times in its 200k+ miles. So, I ordered a new temp sensor, dropped the transmission pan and replaced it.
. I had filled up recently and the gas cap was not on all the way and I did turn to make it click. Make sure your O2 sensors are secure and nothing is loose on the exhaust as it says. I guess I want to know is what the problem is and how to fix it. If there is damage at catalytic converter, replace front converter. While you can still drive the vehicle safely with this light on, it is best to wait until the blue light has turned off. The cruise usually stays on, ready to re-initiate once I'm back to normal driving.
I bought it in May and have had an exhaust leak so far. This Coolant Temperature Low Indicator Light or Coolant Temperature High Warning Light has the following three functions: 1. Any ideas what I should do next. What do you think might be going on? Subaru Quick Reference Guides and Complete Subaru Owner's Manuals are available on www. It's pretty easy, just plug and play into its little harness. This is the underlying issue that you need to solve. I disconnect the battery, reconnect battery which clear the codes.
I can't remember which one it is now, but I'll poke around a bit and I'll post another message here when I find it. Let us know what you find and what you decide to do. To move the trailer to the right, move your hand to the right. Please post any questions to comments below, thank you. Has the transmission been shifting poorly? This light shows that the headlights are in the high beam mode.
Locate the diagnostic connector under the dash then follow the procedure. However, I would be willing to bet a fairly substantial sum of money that this transmission has not had anywhere near that amount of servicing. Reconnected the wire connector broke but have rechecked since and is fine, was reading the torque convertor solenoid voltage code, went away when vehicle started. This time it starts after the car has been running a mile and stays flashing. Has some kind of whirring noise seemingly on the right on acceleration.
When the engine is hot, the coolant is under pressure. Blue wire going solenoid in bottom when pan was pulled. It's very useful when towing. Does that mean its just a short in the wiring harness somewhere? I thought it was explained clearly in the car manual. It seems, for the most part, to drive and shift fine except when it's been sitting for awhile. Hello, Thanks for your response. In order to not miss my exit, I simply hit the clutch and brake without turning off the cruise so as to slow down and get over.