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Po773 how do i fix the problem for the code po773 Thank you

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  • kris price Oct 27, 2012

    Hi John, Thanks for your help. Kris

  • Hi Kris, One thing I didn't mention. With a vehicle of that age, sometimes the key and sometimes the barrel becomes worn. If you need to struggle to turn the key and it's not just a slight rotation in either direction to release the locking mechanism, try having a new key cut and if that does not fix the problem, you may need to replace the key and barrel. Regards John

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Hi Kris. Shift solenoid problem for gear box. Regards John

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  • kris price Oct 27, 2012

    Hi John, Thanks for your help. Kris

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