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Reset ecm Service Engine Soon light is on. Throwing codes: P0753 & P0758 Shift Solenoid 1-2 & 2-3. Replaced both but still having problems. No RPMs or Odometer. Believe it is in LIMP Mode

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Did you reset after.

Posted on May 08, 2013

  • Jonathan Tunnell May 08, 2013

    I took it to someone with computer and they cleared the codes for me, but they came right back.
    Is there something else I need to reset/clear??

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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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SOURCE: automatic transmission wont shift 2001 saturn receiving codes P0753 P0758 & P1860

those are all codes for the shift solenoids in the transmission. very easy to get at.12_1_2012_10_36_37_pm.gif

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Your best bet would be to take your vehicle to a ASE certified professional . You do not have the tools to diagnose this or the information.
DTC P0753
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Condition 2 The PCM commands the solenoid OFF, and the voltage feedback remains low, 0 volts.
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