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Electrical problem

Ok I have 2001 Daewoo Lanos 1.6l a/t .The Problem i have is that i can't pull the ignition key out until i disconnect the baterry ,did check the neutral safety switch and it is ok,second have the airbag light on, odometer does not show the vehicle speed(speed sensor ok odometer ok).Third,does stay in 1 gear,not shifting up,check engine light on,have it scanned (code p0753, 1-2 shift solenoid,p0758 2-3 shift solenoid,p01810 incorrect state of the TFP manual valve position).

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  • ffffffgh Nov 25, 2008

    did try that,does not work does the same,so i have to send the pcm to dealer since i can't drive it.thank you for yours try.



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Sounds like you need to take to dealer to have it re-programmed .quick reset might cure it though and dont laugh at this as it often works and save a few quid .disconnect both battery terminals and hold them together for a least 30 secs to discharge capacitors in ECU .it might work and its worth a shot .if it doesnt hope your big enough to lay the golden egg

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