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P0756: Shift Solenoid Valve B Stuck...


open the transmission pan and replace the B solenoid.

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Hi. I have a 97 ford explorer 4.0 6 cyl,4x4. I have p0756 error code .(shift solenoid). I replase a shift solenoid but the code come on again,Afther brought a four pack solenoides and still the...


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Possible causes of OBD code P0756
- Low transmission fluid level - Dirty transmission fluid - Faulty shift solenoid B valve - Shift solenoid B valve harness or connectors - Shift solenoid B valve circuit is open or shorted The Error code is generally activated on detection of the following conditions: The P0756 code is detected when the ECM has detected a mechanical fault with the solenoid energized, valve stuck off hope this helps

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P0756 code is showing 4 times when tested, what could be the fix for this?


Here is the definition of the code.

P0756 TOYOTA Description Shift solenoid valve B is turned ON or OFF by the Transmission Control Module (TCM) in response to signals sent from the park/neutral position (PNP) switch, vehicle speed and Engine Control Module (ECM) (throttle opening). Gears will then be shifted to the optimum position.
Read more: http://engine-codes.com/p0756_toyota.html#ixzz27FosEteM

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P0756 p0758 codes are showing on 03 chevy suburban. Do I need to change the 1-2 and 2-3 solenoids?


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2008 honda fit error code P0756 44,00 orig miles


DTC P0756: Shift Solenoid Valve B Stuck OFF
Try changing your fluid if it's under warranty take to the dealer for repair. Usually this means the trasmission is going bad

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I have a 96 explorer 4.0 4wd, failed emissions DTC codes P0125, P0756, P0340....are these costly repairs?


P0125 is Insufficient Coolant Temp For Closed Loop Fuel Control

P0756 is Shift Solenoid B Performance or Stuck Off
P0340 is Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction

The P0125 can probably be cleared by replacing the thermostat. That part is under $15.00
The P0340 can probably be cleared by replaceing the Cam position sensor. That part is about $25.00

The P0756 is a transmission issue and It will involve removing the fluid pan and taking out the valve body to get to the solenoid.

The thermostat and cam sensor should take about an hour of shop time to change so I would figure about $150.00 to $200.00..Depends on the shop and if there is a minumum charge. Some shops charge 4 hrs. min.

the trans issue may get involved so I don't really want to make a guess, but I would say less than $500.00, depends on what all is involved in getting to the solenoid and changing it.

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