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Shift solenoid b

Lexus RX350 ) 08 code P0776

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SOURCE: On my 1997 Lexus SC300

I sure can. The shift selenoid is in the transmission. This component uses hydrolic pressure to change the gear ratio and exchange higher gears. You will need to remove the transnission in order to gain access to the shift selenoid. My advice is to get the fuild change or run a detergent/cleaner in the transmission to try and salvage it.

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: 97 caravan po733 p0734 p0776

Code 733 is a wrong gear ratio for 3rd gear, and code 734 is a wrong ratio for 4th gear. The computer is getting a reading from the transmission that the output shaft is turning at a speed different from what it should be when the transmission is in each gear.
Code 776 is for a problem with a pressure control solenoid.
Could be a problem in the transaxle or the control module.

Posted on Jul 27, 2012

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