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Po768 is shift solenoid "d" control wire open or shorted. p0700 is a generic code that the transmission send to the ecm and is not relivant at all. to fix the first code p0768 you will need to know if the wire is broken or damaged from the solenoid to the computer the solenoid is inside the transmission and the computer is under the dash board infront of the steering wheel. here is the procedure you need to take to diagnose it.

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