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Approximately how much should I have to pay for replacement of pressure control solenoid on a 2006 Toyota Corolla (74,000 mi.). I am soooo hot about this issue. This auto has been taken care of & should not have this problem!

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It was a computer that malfunctioned causing me to get an incorrect code. The computer was evidently giving the transmission incorrect messages, causing the appearance of a transmission problem. There is a service bulletin on this item. Toyota covers it up to 80,000 miles. My car was repaired at no expense to me. Yeahhhhh Toyota!

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Hello. Welcome to FixYa Please allow us to assist you.

Regarding the Pressure Control Cylinder, we would recommend that you do not replace it; as there is really nothing wrong with it. The code you are seeing, P-2716, does indicate a "fault" with the solenoid, but the main issue is the car's computer, not the solenoid.

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This has nothing to do with the shift solenoid switch. It is a failure of the ECM computer module. If your car is less than eight years old and less then 80K miles, it is covered by warranty

If not, the part is about $550.

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YES! The P-2716 code IS a common problem.

I am glad that you did not pay for the repair, because the repair is a new computer.

Fortunatly for you, there is a technical service bulleting from Toyota; they will replace it for FREE!

Call your nearest Toyota dealership, tell them you have a P-2716, and make an appointment. They will replace the Electronic Control Unit (the computer) at no charge.

The part is roughly 950 dollars.

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