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Old 05-13-2010, 12:56 PM
rangerwheelinmike rangerwheelinmike is offline
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code p0760 shift solenoid 3 circuit condition?? whats this mean how do you change it?
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Old 05-13-2010, 02:49 PM
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I don't know what tools/equipment you have available, but here is the info from the Ford Powertrain Manua. If you have any driveability problems with the code it might narrow down the problem. I hope this give you some direction.

P0760* SSC circuit failed to provide voltage drop across solenoid. Circuit open or shorted or PCM driver failure during on-board diagnostic.
Incorrect gear selection depending on condition mode and manual lever position. See Solenoid On/Off Chart. Will flash MIL.
Go To Pinpoint Test A .

PINPOINT TEST A: SHIFT AND TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH (TCC) SOLENOIDS
NOTE: Refer to the Transmission Vehicle Harness Connector illustration preceding these pinpoint tests.

NOTE: Refer to the Transmission Internal Harness Connector illustration preceding these pinpoint tests.

NOTE: Read and record all DTCs. All Digital TR Sensor and VSS DTCs must be repaired before entering Output State Control (OSC).

CONDITIONS DETAILS/RESULTS/ACTIONS
A1 ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTICS


Check to make sure the transmission harness connector is fully seated, terminals are fully engaged in connector and in good condition before proceeding.
Trans-Bench Mode
Does vehicle enter Trans-Bench Mode?
Yes
REMAIN in Trans-Bench Mode. GO to A2 .
No
REPEAT procedure to enter Trans-Bench Mode. If vehicle did not enter Trans-Bench Mode, REFER to the Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual for diagnosis of PCM.

A2 WIGGLE TEST
Remain in Trans-Bench Mode.
Select PIDs to be monitored.
PID Command PID Actual
SSA SS1F
SSB SS2F
SSC SS3F
SSD CCSF
TCC TCCF

Select "ON" to turn suspect solenoid(s) on.
Press "SEND".
Wiggle all wiring and connectors to the transmission. Monitor the Solenoid State for changes.
Select "OFF" to turn solenoid(s) off.
Press "SEND".
Repeat Steps 3-7 for each solenoid.

Does the suspect solenoid(s) state change?
Yes
REPAIR open or short in the vehicle harness or connector.
No
GO to A3 .

A3 SOLENOID FUNCTIONAL CHECK
Monitor each solenoid state.
Turn each solenoid ON and OFF.

Does the solenoid turn ON and OFF when commanded and can solenoid activation be heard?
Yes
GO to A4 .
No
GO to A5 .

A4 OSC TRANS-DRIVE MODE (GR_CM OR TCC) CHECK
Carry out OSC Trans-Drive Mode.
Select GR_CM for Shift Solenoids or follow procedures for GR_CM as listed in this section.
Select TCC for Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid. Follow procedures of TCC in Drive Mode as listed in this section.

Does the transmission upshift and downshift or torque converter engage/disengage when commanded?
Yes
CLEAR all DTCs. ROAD TEST to verify if concern is still present. If concern is still present, REFER to the Diagnosis by Symptom Index in Diagnosis By Symptom to diagnose a shift or torque converter concern.
No
GO to A5 .

A5 CHECK FOR BATTERY VOLTAGE
Remove transmission fluid pan. Refer to Fluid Pan, Gasket and Filter .
Visually inspect all wires and connectors for damage.

Connect DVOM positive lead to VPWR solenoid terminal and negative lead to a good ground.

Is the battery voltage present?
Yes
GO to A6 .
No
CHECK for open or short circuit in harness or solenoid.

A6 ELECTRICAL SIGNAL CHECK
Leave positive lead connected to VPWR solenoid terminal and connect negative lead to the signal terminal of the appropriate solenoid.

Trans-Bench Mode

Select Parameter SSA, SSB, SSC, SSD or TCC.
Select "ON".
Press "SEND".
Turn the solenoids ON and OFF, while monitoring the voltage reading on the DVOM, solenoid state on the scan tool (ON and OFF), listen for the solenoid to activate (click).
Select "OFF", press "SEND".

Does the voltage and solenoid state change?
Yes
GO to A7 .
No
CHECK for open or short circuit in harness, solenoid or a PCM concern.

A7 CHECK SOLENOID RESISTANCE AT SOLENOID
Disconnect the appropriate solenoid connector at the solenoid.

Check solenoid resistance by connecting an ohmmeter at the terminals of the solenoid.
Measure and record the resistance for each solenoid (SSA, SSB, SSC, SSD or TCC).
Solenoid Resistance (ohms)
SSA 22-48
SSB 22-48
SSC 22-48
SSD 22-48
TCC 8.9-16

Is the resistance within specification?
Yes
GO to A8 .
No
INSTALL a new solenoid.

A8 CHECK SOLENOID FOR SHORT TO GROUND

Check for continuity between engine ground and appropriate shift solenoid terminal with ohmmeter or other low current tester (less than 200 milliamps). Connection should show infinite resistance (no continuity).
Solenoid Terminal
SSA +/-
SSB +/-
SSC +/-
SSD +/-
TCC +/-

Is there continuity?
Yes
INSTALL a new solenoid.
No
REFER to the Diagnosis by Symptom Index in Diagnosis By Symptom to diagnosis a shift or torque converter concern.

REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
Solenoids — Shift, Torque Converter Clutch, Electronic

Material Item Specification
MERCON® V Automatic Transmission Fluid
XT-5-QM MERCON® V

Removal

With the vehicle in NEUTRAL, position it on a hoist. For additional information, refer to Section 100-02 .
NOTE: If equipped, the transmission servo heat shield needs to be unclipped from the fluid pan rail and positioned out of the way for fluid pan removal.

If equipped, loosen the nut and position the heat shield out of the way.

Place a drain pan under the transmission fluid pan.
Drain the transmission fluid. For additional information, refer to Fluid Pan, Gasket and Filter in this section.
Remove the transmission fluid filter.
Remove the transmission fluid filter screw.
Remove the transmission fluid filter.

NOTE: Main control assembly does not need to be removed for solenoid service.

Remove wire loom guide and protector.
Carefully lift up on wire loom guide and protector and disengage the retaining pins from the solenoid clamps.

Disconnect the appropriate solenoid electrical connector.
Disconnect shift solenoids electrical connectors.
Disconnect the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid electrical connector.
Disconnect the electronic pressure control (EPC) solenoid electrical connector.

CAUTION: The TCC solenoid and converter modulator valve may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid or converter modulator valve.

CAUTION: Shift solenoid (SSC) may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid.

Remove the shift solenoids.
Remove the wire harness.
Remove the solenoid clamp screws.
Remove the solenoid clamp.
Remove the appropriate solenoid(s).

Installation

Install the new solenoid(s).

CAUTION: The solenoid clamp must be installed in the TCC and EPC solenoid grooves, shift solenoid pockets and the No. 204 plug.

Install the solenoid clamp.
Position the solenoid clamp on the main control valve body.
Install the solenoid clamp screws.

Connect the six solenoid electrical connectors.
Connect shift solenoid SSA, SSB, SSC, SSD electrical connectors.
Connect the TCC solenoid electrical connector.
Connect the EPC solenoid electrical connector.

CAUTION: Excessive pressure may break the retaining pins.

Install the main control valve body wire loom.
Align the retaining pins to the holes in the solenoid clamps and gently press in the main control valve body wire loom guide and protector.

Install the transmission fluid filter.
Install the transmission fluid filter.
Install the transmission fluid filter screw.

Install the transmission fluid pan.
Position a new transmission fluid pan gasket on the transmission fluid pan.
Align and install the transmission fluid pan.
Loosely install the transmission fluid pan screws.

Tighten the transmission fluid pan screws.
Tighten the transmission fluid pan screws in a crisscross sequence.

Position the servo heat shield over the servos and clip it to the pan rail.

NOTE: Start with a minimum of 3.7 liters (4 quarts) clean automatic transmission fluid.

Fill transmission with clean automatic transmission fluid to the correct fluid level.
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Old 05-13-2010, 04:27 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

thanks a lot im guna see what i can to i dont have a code scanner or that kinda stuff tho i can drive it it slips when it kicks out of o/d and it shifts real soft i thought the trannie was goin out i took it to auto zone today and i dont no anything abought the new trannies
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:42 PM
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Here are the results from the symptons trouble shooting charts. There was no listing for the O/D issue, but is probably related to the soft shifting. If you're thinking about changing your solenoid(s) let me know and I will pm you with the procedure listed above with the diagrams that go with it.

Shift Concerns: Feel — Soft/Slipping Possible Component Reference/Action
213 — ELECTRICAL ROUTINE
Powertrain Control System
· Electrical inputs/outputs, vehicle wiring harnesses, internal transmission wiring harness, PCM, TP, EPC solenoid, TFT, RPM and MAF
· Carry out shift point road test. Run on-board diagnostic. Refer to the Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual for diagnosis. Carry out pinpoint tests using the diagnostic tool. Repair as required. Clear DTCs, road test and rerun Self-Test.

313 — HYDRAULIC/MECHANICAL ROUTINE
Fluid
· Incorrect level
· Adjust fluid to correct level.

· Condition
· Carry out the fluid condition check.

Incorrect Pressures
· Low line pressure
· Check pressures at line tap. See the Line Pressure Chart for specifications. If pressures are low check the following components: main controls, filter/seal, pump.

Filter and Seal Assembly
· Filter damaged, plugged; seal damaged, cut or missing
· Inspect for damage and install new.

Main Control Assembly
· Screws out of torque specification
· Adjust screws to specification.

· Gasket damaged or off location
· Inspect and install a new gasket.

· Separator plate damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· EPC solenoid stuck, damaged, O-ring damaged or out of bore
· Inspect for damage. Carry out solenoid function test as listed in the electrical routine. Repair as required.

· Pressure boost valve/main regulator valve (208), EPC blow off valve, extension housing lube orifice, check ball C damaged, spring damaged, missing, misassembled, stuck, bore damaged
· Inspect for damage. If damaged install a new main control. If parts are missing install new parts or main control. If misassembled, reassemble correctly. Do not stone, file or sand valves. This will remove the anodized finish and may result in further main control or transmission failure.

· Wrong components used during assembly
· Verify that the correct components were used.

Pump Assembly
· Screws out of torque specification
· Tighten screws to specification.

· Cross leaks
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Front pump seal worn or damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Seal on inner pump gear damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

Front Band and Servo Assemblies
· Band adjustment incorrect
· Readjust to correct specification.

· Seal or piston, strut, lever, damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Friction elements worn damaged misassembled
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Return spring wrong, damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Piston rod lever incorrect
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Case bore damaged, leaking
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

Intermediate Band and Servo Assemblies
· Band adjustment incorrect
· Readjust to correct specification.

· Seal or piston, strut, lever, damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Friction elements worn damaged misassembled
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Return spring wrong, damaged
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Piston rod lever incorrect
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Case bore damaged, leaking
· Inspect for damage. Repair as required.

· Refer to the following shift routine(s) for further diagnosis:

Soft/Slipping Shift 1-2, Routine 226/326
Soft/Slipping Shift 2-3, Routine 227/327
Soft/Slipping Shift 3-4, Routine 228/328
Soft/Slipping Shift 4-5, Routine 272/372
Soft/Slipping Shift 5-4, Routine 273/373
Soft/Slipping Shift 4-3, Routine 229/329
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Old 05-14-2010, 03:58 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

ok thanks a lot i dont no what im guna do yet i dont no anything abought these codes
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Old 09-22-2010, 03:18 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

Hi there im new to the site, and stiill finding my way around it, cam accross this thread that seems to be on the lines im looking for ........ I have a 55 plate Ranger and i want to know if any one an help where the diagnostic port is ? is EOBD OBD2 or OBD1 ?? and ist there a connector you need to to plug it in ? if any one could help that would be grand ?

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Old 01-10-2011, 08:36 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

Hey guys , im sorry this may not be proper, but I would really like to ask littleblue if i might get the diagrams he mentioned for this trans. he mentioned . Im in the middle of this fix at the moment , and they would really help . I have sent a PM to little blue and i hope he doesnt get upset . I will post how this goes when im done . Im so glad other people work on thier cars too and share thier experiences
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:27 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

Thanks to Littleblue and the forum for some very good info but i truly appreciate that someone took the time to reply to a call out and help thanks again
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Old 01-16-2011, 06:51 PM
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Default Re: code p0760???

ok fellas just changed seperator plate and solenoid its back together lets see if the problem is gone tomorrow , if it works ill post what ive done if not ill be busy whinning
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