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I have P0770 code on my 2003 Toyota Matrix 2WD L4-1.8L (1ZZ-FE) auto XR with ABS. I have couple more questions. I was replaced a ECM already and the P0770 come out after 1 days. I have the R&R Speed Sensor Gear(33403-19635), ECM (89666-02160) and toyota technical service bulletin(eg020-02) already and on hand now. Can you give me the some suggestion please. I saw there are two Vehicle Speed Sensors for my car (combination meter and electronically controlled trnsmission) on your diagram. 1)Where is the R&R Speed Sensor Gear location on, is under the Vehicle Speed Sensor(Combination meter) or under Vehicle Speed Sensor(electronically controlled transmission)? 2) I drove the car to the local repair shop and try to replace my R&R speed sensor gear, and the technician said my matrix don't have that gear because this matrix with the ABS brake model, only have the Vehicle speed sensor(Electronically Controlled Transmission), and the VVS(electronically controlled transmission) don't have the gear under it, he show VVS(combination meter) locate on belind the engine and there is no VVS(combination meter) on it, only the cover on it. Is this true my matrix don't have that vvs gear with ABS model? why the toyota technical bulletin didn't mention about that? Is this true my matrix don't have that gear or technician don't know where is the vvs gear locate it. 3) The local reapir technician told me the next step should be replace one of the solenoid since my matrix don't have the vvs gear and ECM replaced already , and replace one of solenoid cost me around 300 dollars. But the toytoa technical serive bulletin never said replace the solenoid for code P0770. Is this true to replace the solenoid for next step? Should I listen the technican to replace the solenoid? how much to replace a solensid used to be charge for local repair shop? Thank you very much! ampm24ny@yahoo.com 2003 Toyota Matrix 2WD L4-1.8L (1ZZ-FE) with ABS break, auto, 84 months, 62000 miles

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First I would try resetting the ECU by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes. This will remove the code. Then see if it comes back. Mind you you will not pass inspection, because the ECU will need to monitor a certain amount of driving "cycles" before inspection will accept the findings. Before that, replace your O2 sensors, and get those out of the way. P0770 is a Shift Solenoid E Malfunction. You will have to look at a manual to find out which Shift Solenoid that "E" refers to and where it is located. TC lockup, refers to the TC lockup solenoid. If so I would try replacing that and going from there. The auto transmission is a pretty complicated beast, and even the most experienced DIY'ers would go past the normal maintenance. HOWEVER, changing solenoids is considered, at least to me, DIY maintenance. Whats is your RPM when cruising at say 60 mph. If its more than 2400 rpms, then i would say it is your lockup solenoid. hope this helps

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