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2007 sebring shift solenoid d

Have a code po765 shift solenoid d. car wont shift out. what can i do and where it located

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  • devarin robinson Feb 23, 2012

    i changed the solenoid block



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Hi there:
DTC P0765 - Shift Solenoid D MalfunctionThe shift solenoid is located inside the valve body, the solenoids are replaced as a pack not individually. see below...

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When any electrical solenoid or circuit goes down, the ****** will still have the default gears of reverse, and second gear. You could unplug all the wires from any automatic ******, and you will still have the default, or ''limp in'' gears , to get you home or to the garage. If you have no forward or reverse, then you have a major internal ****** problem.

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Posted on Feb 23, 2012

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    ZJ Limited Feb 23, 2012

    ***** measn tra.nny



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if was running fine and and next day just wont go y woulthink is probably oyu input or output speed sensor,oyu need to check it with scanner and see if is that is the problem and not you tranny brain

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SOURCE: 2007 chrysler sebring will not

It is your shifter assembly. Should be able to take the trim panel off and use something to press the bypass switch to get it out of park. I've seen a bunch of these go bad.

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