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pierre hanna

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Got this code 0717 on my ve Commodore v6 omega duel fuel 2008model I replaced the part and still have that problem with the engine light is on and same code even after delete.
 

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What part did you replace?
Did you do any tests or just throw parts at it?
 

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I plugged an ob2 scan tool in and it told me the code. I deleted the code a few times and it kept coming up with the same code. When I erase the code and drive it it's fine and light doesn't come on .then after I switch car off and then restart and drive again the engine light is on. I replaced what I thought was the sensor on the back off the gearbox but now I'm not sure if it was the right one.
 

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Ok cool. Need more info to help more.

Which sensor did you think you replaced? What did it look like, and why did you replace it?
 

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Your transmission speed signal input is missing, maybe a wire connection problem symtons can trigger that code are as follows:
  • A faulty valve body
  • A faulty input/turbine speed sensor
  • One or more faulty shift solenoids
  • A shorted, open, or otherwise damaged circuit
  • Contaminated transmission fluid
  • A faulty engine coolant temperature sensor

you shouldn't drive to much to avoid damage to your transmission.
 

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Your transmission speed signal input is missing, maybe a wire connection problem symtons can trigger that code are as follows:
  • A faulty valve body
  • A faulty input/turbine speed sensor
  • One or more faulty shift solenoids
  • A shorted, open, or otherwise damaged circuit
  • Contaminated transmission fluid
  • A faulty engine coolant temperature sensor

you shouldn't drive to much to avoid damage to your transmission.
Find that on Google? I read something similar on the first page.
 

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Ok cool. Need more info to help more.

Which sensor did you think you replaced? What did it look like, and why did you replace it?
I replaced the one on the rear of the gearbox but reading other comments I think it's behind the torque converter in the front of the box . I am very confused.
 

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Sounds like you replaced the output speed sensor, have a look towards bow housing if its not on the side it maybe up top, I'm not up to these current cars I'm more old school so I cant say for sure, someone else maybe able to confirm it, unless you can get a workshop manual.
 
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