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Code0753 solenoid a

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my guess, is you think the ECU knows what parts are bad/
its not the case. its dumb as a brick that PCM/ECU !
read the FSM , read the pages for the A/T and the code 753
the book shows how to find the true cause. if guess is the plan
it shows that too. even pictures...
free FSM>
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

i have mine burned to CD. and the parts list too.

the PCM only knows the test failed, (called Monitors) and never way.
it can be a lose wire, relay bad, or corroded connector.
something less than a buck to fix.

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