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My vehicle is coming up with some trani codes when I took it for a E-CHECK THE CODES ARE PO720 P1790 P1796 P0705 P0700 P0731 WHICH SENSOR DO I NEED

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More likely my you need new transmission could cost up to $2000.00

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