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00 Civic throwing P0706 Transmission Range Sensor error

Discussion in '6th Generation Honda Civic (1996-2000)' started by RaySar, Jun 17, 2017.



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  1. RaySar

    RaySar New Member

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    My car is at 149k miles and recently the check engine light has appearing. Advance Auto Part linked my car and found that the Check Engine light is throwing the P0706 - Transmission Range Sensor, Circuit Range / Performance (No-Position) error.

    From my understanding, this is the sensor on automatic transmission cars that checks the speed of the car and when to shift the car's gears. I have been noticing my RPM as of late, and the car was missing its shifts, but not so much hesitation in the shifts. I was told this is a expensive sensor to fix.

    So for anyone who has seen that, is it worth fixing, or is it better to look to buy a another pre-owned Civic. This car has last me 8 years!
     
  2. boofoo

    boofoo Respected Registered VIP

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    There's no code P0706 for your car.

    Did you mean code P1706?

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  3. RaySar

    RaySar New Member

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    yes
     
  4. boofoo

    boofoo Respected Registered VIP

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    So I presume you now know what to do. Good luck with the fix.
     


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