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Transmission Control Solenoid (shift solenoid)

Where is the Transmission Control Solenoid located in the transmission, the car doesn't shift out of 1st gear the error code is PC0758

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In the valve body area-take the pan off--but u need a repair manual for details--a code is just general-run a data stream to pinpoint further issues-dont go to a dealer

Posted on Jul 15, 2013

  • James Jul 17, 2013

    is it right inside the pan i dont have to remove the tranny

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SOURCE: diagnostic code P0758-transmission control solenoid

Some of them has out side,most is inside.Big job,big money.

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