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PO707 IS THE CODE FOR:TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR A- CIRCUIT LOW INPUT. THE OTHER CODE IS UNKNOWN TO ME. I COULDN'T FIND IN THE BOOK

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C1044-RIGHT REAR TONE WHEEL PERFORMANCE
P0707 - Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Low Input Possible causes
- Faulty Park/neutral position switch
- Misadjusted park/neutral position switch
- Park/neutral position switch harness is open or shorted
- Park/neutral position switch circuit poor electrical connection

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