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My 2003 received P0715 error code, so I replaced the transmission fluid, and replaced the Input Shaft Speed Sensor (part number 89413-17010). Now it is shifting very smooth!

Before the replacement when shifting up from 1st to 2nd and 3rd to 4th, I had to shift at minimum of 3500 RPM on even very slight uphill, otherwise it shifted rather rough. Now I can shift around 3000 RPM smoothly.

Also, before when it tumbled down from 4th/5th/6th to 2nd, it shifted relatively rough. That forced me frequently shifting to Neutral. Now it tumbles down to 2nd smoothly also.


See the sensor picture and location I posted recently here: https://www.spyderchat.com/threads/p0715-any-one-experience-this-code.150741/
 

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My 2003 received P0715 error code, so I replaced the transmission fluid, and replaced the Input Shaft Speed Sensor (part number 89413-17010). Now it is shifting very smooth!

Before the replacement when shifting up from 1st to 2nd and 3rd to 4th, I had to shift at minimum of 3500 RPM on even very slight uphill, otherwise it shifted rather rough. Now I can shift around 3000 RPM smoothly.

Also, before when it tumbled down from 4th/5th/6th to 2nd, it shifted relatively rough. That forced me frequently shifting to Neutral. Now it tumbles down to 2nd smoothly also.


See the sensor picture and location I posted recently here: https://www.spyderchat.com/threads/p0715-any-one-experience-this-code.150741/
Did you have any problems with creeping? My car tires to creep in 1st and stalls itself out
 

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Hello Mrw94...how is the shifting? If you have replaced the 3 things (SMT fluid, the Input Shaft Speed Sensor, Gear Fluid 75W90 - must be 75W90), then perform Re-learn. Disconnecting the battery for several hours is the common practice.
 
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