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Code p2706 When I drive it seens like it shift late

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The code P2706 is for Multi-Select Solenoid. It has an open circuit, and the MS solenoid serves primarily to provide second and third gear limp-in operation. The possible causes are the solenoid, a short or open in one or more wires going to the solenoid. It may be possibly the PCM.

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