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Where is pressure control selenoid dropping resistor mounted on 2000 sentra

2000 sentra the car has a p745 code and a o/d light that blinks 16 times when you start it. i need to check the dropping resistor, but where is it mounted and how can i check it?

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Hello! the dropping resistor is connected to a multiple bolt on the fire wall...See diagrams 1 and 2 below...guru...saailer





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