Question about 2000 Pontiac Bonneville
The test you have done will not determine which one is the cause of the problem. I have found that the solenoid is faulty 99% of the time. However more information on the vehicle could be helpful. How many miles on the vehicle? Has the transmission fluid ever been changed in the past? The solenoid may have become dirty with sediment or debris. Flushing the transmission can help with this problem. Normally if the solenoid fails the computer will set a service engine light code and store it in the computer. The code that is set may help to isolate the problem.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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