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Old 09-28-2013, 01:47 PM   #1
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P0783

Just got my car back from the shop and it's throwing these two codes up... P0783 and p1000
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P1000 is that your sensors were reset. Battery disconnected or codes cleared. P0783 is a tranny code....shift malfunction from 3 to 4. Possibly a bad shift solenoid
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Are you certain P0783 is the code? That is not one that is listed as being supported on the GT...
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I'm positive.. I took my tuner and put the car back to stock and the o/d light hasn't flashed on and off anymore. Now it's reading this P0430 code. I had new coil pack and spark plugs put in and it's been acting strange since i got the car back.
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P430 is not 783
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My car has been throwing the p0430 code for awhile now. Essentially it is just the cat not working at the intended effentiency. I've just been ignoring it, there doesn't seem to be that it causes other than a strong exhaust smell in a garage.
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P430 is not 783
Lol, I know that.. I don't know why it changed
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P0783 is a shift malfunction between 3-4. Could be a bad solenoid or worst case u need a new tranny or rebuild of your auto tranny.

It comes and goes sedomly im sure. Any info like you feel it slip or anything while in drive?
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P0783 is a shift malfunction between 3-4. Could be a bad solenoid or worst case u need a new tranny or rebuild of your auto tranny. It comes and goes sedomly im sure. Any info like you feel it slip or anything while in drive?
When the o/d light was flashing, it was shifting hard at times. I'll take it to ford if it starts acting up again and see what can they do.
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I have a question. I'm fairly new with this bama tuner and was curious about something. Well, I put the custom tune on the car before it was sent to the garage to have work done.. Would the updates to the car mess up my current tune? Sorry if anyone thinks this question is stupid.
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I have a question. I'm fairly new with this bama tuner and was curious about something. Well, I put the custom tune on the car before it was sent to the garage to have work done.. Would the updates to the car mess up my current tune? Sorry if anyone thinks this question is stupid.
Yes i would get it retuned if possible so u can maximize it.
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I appreciate your reply back.. I'll do that.
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