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Hi, my '06 Toyota Corolla, with 22K miles, had "check engine" light come on when highway driving with air conditioning on, last weekend. Haven't had recurrence since, but also have not used air conditioning...and only local drives. Trouble code reads, P2716, "Pressure Control Solenoid D Electrical" Your thoughts? Thank you!

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If you can cut and past this link, it will help you understand a little. http://www.customtacos.com/tech/files/05FSM/data/ileaf/06toyrm/06toypdf/06rmsrc/rm2006ta/0270029.pdf

I would not wait too long, because this should still be covered under the 3year, 36000 mile warranty. The pressure control solenoid is a magnetic valve and if it is weak, it may be failing when getting hot. Have the dealer take care of it before you have to.

Hope this helps.

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