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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've been having this problem with this car for a while.This is the third time which I needed to change the damn solenoid in 3 years.You need to take the whole air filter off,you have in the front two screws,and two more just to loose the clamps.You need to pull the whole thing out,once you take it out,you should be able to see it under two black hoses,it has 3 screws into it,it's very easy to take off and replace,about 2 hours total.No more domestic cars for me for as long as I live!Good luck!
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
the trans shift solenoid pack is bolted to the side of the trans closer to the radiator. it is rather large and there are three 10mm bolts holding it to the trans. it is under the input speed sensor and just under the spot where the cooler lines go into the trans.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
the fuel filter is located on the iner driver or pasenger side frame railing inbetween the front and rear doors. yes it has filter in the tank which is more comely know as the sock or straner. the filter will look like a metal canister .
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
P0753 means your powertrain computer detects a continuous open, short to ground or short to power in the circuit to your transmission's 1-2 shift solenoid. When the code is active, your transmission runs in a fail safe/limp home mode that only lets certain gear ratios function in the transmission.
The solenoid in your application looks like this
and it is located sometimes on the side of the transmission, but my guess is from the looks of it, it might be found inside the transmission, only accessible with the oil pan removed.
The problem might be the solenoid itself, or the wiring going to the solenoid from the computer that controls the transmission, or the computer itself.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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