check all fuses first !
1st fire your tech. he/she is a failure.
the cars failure is catastophic and constant.
they should hang up their compression gauge.
CAN I assume you reset all codes and they come back.
(pulling sensors ,etc. running will cause many errors)
so reset it and see real DTCs , not false.
(on scan tool press reset, then drive ...errr attempt to drive)
141 is a dead o2 heater, probably been like that for a year ignored.
p0325 means noise. excessive, or is knock.
a lean hot engine advanced too far can knock. (ping/detonation)
my guess its from misfiring cause by below. 340.
340s are catastopic
, and is a bad cam sensor.
500 means the car was moving but the speed (MPH) was not showing speed. (another sensor bad, but not near as important like 340.)
P07xx is tranmission errors. A/T only.
the one thing you forgot is this, it takes 3 things to move (beside bracks not locked up (ice frozen)
1: the engine must start and run, does it?
2:the engine must make full power, (tranny stall test proves that) ask
3: the transmission must not slip. (fails stall test above)
if the engine rpm will not rise in drive or 1st gear, that means,
the engine power is lacking, (340s fill do that
if the RPM in gear, rises real fast (&high) and you dont move that means
the transmission is bad and is SLIPPING ((a system, not a part)
it's that simple. the key is RPM.
if your mech, can't notice that the engine is dead, (or totally weak)
he needs to get a new job. sorry,
if even hand pushed a car to make sure it can move
or spin all tires, off the ground, if #2 fails above.
eg hand brake stuck on or???? can must be free to move. so......
id work 340s, like bird dog, my guess.
is if real, (did you reset the ECU with a scan tool and 340s come back?
Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit
A: on this engine , i'd do a full compression test
WOT, to make sure
the cam /chain, (no engine stated) has not slipped.
wot = wide open throttle.
if i get 150 psi or more, on all cylinders. that is good.
I do that so the i know the cam i spinning right, and that it is still timed RIGHT, then if you get 340s the cam sensor is bad.
i think that is it. replace cam sensor
and the bad 02,
then move on to the transmission issues.
on the trans, key off unplug the main side connector , electrical
clean it with electrical spray and put it back.
fix 340s first, for full engine power
then fix transmission to get power to wheels.
there are 50 reason so lose engine power.
and the transmission is more.
to fix 773,
read the fsm on that topic, it shows all test to be done.
or at all data.com./
Engine started, engine running during normal driving conditions, and the PCM detected the Shift Lockup (SL) control circuit voltage was "high" with the solenoid "on", or the SL control circuit voltage was "low" with the SL commanded "off" during the CCM Rationality test.
- * SL control circuit is open or shorted to ground
- * SL control circuit is shorted to system power (B+)
- * SL is damaged or has failed (an electrical fault)
- * PCM has failed (very very rare)
in geek this means, the PCM cant see the solenoid action or is shorted.
my guess is bad connections to this solenoid or the solenoid is bad.