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Alarm code # 1750 & 0705 in the scanner - 1999 Mitsubishi Montero

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OBD Code P1750 = Solenoid Assembly / Manufacturer Control Transmission.

I tell you it is infact your solenoid box assemble is going. What that does is to tell your transmission when to shift into gears. Im assuming your car is having a hard time shifting gears and juts need replace this part.

OBD Code P0705 = Transmission Range Sensor circuit (PRNDL - Input).

I'll check the Neutral Safety Switch. It's located on the shift shaft of the trans, and is a common problem. Also check the wiring leading to the switch, as it is exposed to road grime and has been known to corrode and melt.

Also can review this DTC P0705.

Hope helps.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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  • Mikepennie Aug 07, 2011

    I just bought a odyssey 03 used with 146000 miles. Exactly what you have described is happening to my car with the rough shifting. Is it hard to install a new solenoid assembly?



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