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My nissan Serena is not shifting it just drive on 1 I have changed the gear box but it still the same and it show error P1715. I would like be know how to fix it?

Nissan Serena c24 2002

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    Anselmo Munguambe Mar 17, 2019

    Thank you me Johnnie, I have 3 speed sensor the problema still

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    Anselmo Munguambe Mar 18, 2019

    I opened the gear box and found that one of the solenoids did not respond and replaced it again and the car continued not to shifting and making a right link it shift, which means that there is an electric problem now the difficulty is know where it is the problem witch cables conduct the power to the gear box.

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Bad speed sensor

Posted on Mar 16, 2019

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SOURCE: my nissan serena 2000 model would not shift its gear to 2nd and so forth, but we changed the transmission and the computer box and still wont shift

Have a pin out test run on the wiring harness to the ****** from the TCM module.

Posted on Sep 18, 2012

SOURCE: When driving at over 2000 raves, the gears disengage to gear 1, this will only change after the car cools completely. This the same Nissan Serena 2003 model.

When a vehicle regularly goes into 'limp home mode' after it has been running for while and the engine gets hot this points to a speed sensor electrical issue. Do you see any indication that he speedo dial behaves oddly when the engine enters into lomp home? First I would have the vehicle checked for diagnostic trouble codes (Autozone can do this) but my best guess is that you will be looking at swapping out the speed sensor on the output shaft of the gear box

Posted on Aug 23, 2016

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SOURCE: My Nissan Serena 2002 QR20 engine won't change from one gear.

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