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The code for the solenoid assembly is registering on the computer. Where is this located so I can replace?

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Codes don't tell you what to replace.
You didn't mention a specific code #

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Code P7085


it's P0785
DTC P0785 3-2 Shift Solenoid Circuit Electrical (4.3L)
Rather then just replacing parts do you know how to do continuity checks on a electrical circuit ? IT could even be the driver inside the VCM - vehicle control module .
The 3-2 shift solenoid (SS) valve assembly is a normally-closed, 3-port, on/off device that controls the 3-2 downshift. The solenoid attaches to the control valve body within the transmission. The solenoid receives ignition voltage through circuit 1020. The vehicle control module (VCM) controls the solenoid by providing a ground path on circuit 687. During a 3-2 downshift, the 2-4 band applies as the 3-4 clutch releases. The VCM varies the timing between the 3-4 clutch release and the 2-4 band apply, depending on the vehicle speed and the throttle position.
When the VCM detects a continuous open, short to ground or short to power in the 3-2 SS valve assembly circuit, then DTC P0785 sets. DTC P0785 is a type A DTC.
You would need to see more codes for the ignition switch to be the problem .

How to diagnose bad GM truck Ignition Switch

Aug 16, 2017 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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Where is the eval vent solenoid valve and how do you replace it on a 2010 canaries V6. I am getting error code p0449.


On the 2010 Chevy Camaro V6, that vent solenoid is on top of the rear cross member. You might be able to squeeze a VERY small hand in there, but the regular service procedure is to drop the cross member down. Sucks, as I just had to replace the same valve.

Nov 17, 2011 | 2010 Chevrolet Camaro

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P1443 code How do I fix this code problem on my 97 Ford ranger?


P1443 is the Evaporative Emission Control System Control Valve. Any time you get this code always check your gas cap. If it is not installed all the way, or leaks, it can cause the evap emission code to come up. If the cap is okay...

The problem is probably caused by the Canister Purge Assembly. This assembly connects the intake manifold to the charcoal canister and the assembly is made up of hoses, a valve and a sensor. On the 1997 Ranger, it is located near the front of the engine compartment on the driver's side (the canister is right behind the driver's side headlight). Apparently, if there are any cracks in the hoses, or if the valve or the sensor wears out, this will cause the check engine light to come on, and return the P1443 code.

Part numbers for the canister purge solenoid/flow sensor assemblies:

F57Z-9C987-AB Canister Purge Solenoid/Flow Sensor
Assembly - 2.3L F57Z-9C987-CA Canister Purge Solenoid/Flow Sensor
Assembly - 3.0L F57Z-9C87-BA Canister Purge Solenoid/Flow Sensor
Assembly - 4.0L

Part cost = $65 to $100 depending on engine size - good luck :O)

Feb 17, 2011 | Ford Ranger Cars & Trucks

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My automatic ford focus is stuck in park and the boot kept popping open on it's own at the beginning of this week.


Are you referring to a transmission shift solenoid, or the shifter lockout solenoid? The shift solenoids, that control the shifting of the transmission, are located internally in the trans, specifically in the valve body. The shifter lockout solenoid, which is the solenoid that prevents you from shifting out of park, without depressing the brake pedal, is located in the shifter assembly itself, below the center console.
The transmission solenoids are located just inside the fluid pan. Here is some info for replacing them. It is acually pretty easy.
The first time this issue happened (at 60k miles) I paid a '''transmission shop $600 to fix it. It just happened again (at 100k miles) and I fixed it myself for about $50. It's a fairly common problem, so I'm posting the symptoms, codes and instructions here to help others.

I own a 2002 '''Ford '''Focus with automatic '''transmission. The symptoms are that the '''transmission disengages (slips out of gear) when it goes into 3rd gear. When the car slows down to 20 miles an hour or so (or when you stop) it re-engages. You can drive the car in 1st or 2nd gear generally. The '''transmission light comes on. There are no noises associated with this problem. If you have this problem then it's probably the "A" '''Solenoid that needs to be replaced. Here's how you make sure that's the case and fix it for $50.

1. You need to pull the diagnostic computer codes. '''Ford will pull them for you for $100. But, you can do it for free by going to AutoZone. They have a loaner computer diagnostic code puller. If you bring the car they'll just do it for you in the parking lot. If you want to borrow the tool then they will want a $200 security deposit. I recommend that you bring the car to them if you it's close. Also, there are lots of small shops that will pull the code for you for free. There's no reason to pay a "diagnostic fee" to pull the computer repair code. This code will tell you Exactly which '''solenoid to replace. It's typically the "A" '''solenoid, though.

2. Once you get the code you need to know which '''solenoid to replace. Here is a list of diagnostic '''solenoid codes:

P0750 SSA SSA '''solenoid circuit failure SSA circuit failed to provide voltage drop across '''solenoid. Circuit open or shorted or PCM driver failure during on-board diagnostic. No reverse gear (short) or no fourth gear (open). Refer to Pinpoint Test A.
P0751 SSA SSA functional failure Mechanical or hydraulic failure of the shift '''solenoid. Not all gears present. REFER to Diagnosis By Symptom (307-01 , DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING).



Dec 03, 2010 | 2001 Ford Focus

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I have a 2006 Dodge Durango. It has no power at take off and will not shift into high gear have two trouble codes which are P0750,P0700(that came from auto zone). Does anyone know what the trouble codes...


P0750-Low Reverse SOLENOID CIRCUIT

This DTC is strictly an electrical fault and cannot be caused by any internal transmission failure other than an open in the Transmission Solenoid/TRS Assembly. If the Transmission Solenoid/TRS Assembly is in need of replacement - do not replace the Valve Body.

To replace the TRS assembly you need to remove the valve body first and then the TRS assembly is mounted on top of the valve body.

Oct 10, 2010 | 2006 Dodge Durango

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Alarm code # 1750 & 0705 in the scanner


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.

Jun 01, 2010 | 1999 Mitsubishi Montero

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Where is this solenoid located


Hello. You do not need a solenoid with a P-2716 code.

You need a new computer.

Toyota is aware of this, and the new computer fixes the issue.

If your car has les than 80,000 miles on it, the replacement will be free.

Dec 14, 2009 | 2006 Toyota Matrix

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P0700, P0750 and P0755 codes I was driving at 65 mph and the 2003 Dodge Caravan down shifter to low gear and the check engine light came on. It will not ship to high gear.


P0700 (M)
Check Transmission DTC's
This code indicates that the EATX (Transmission controller) has an active fault and has illuminated the MIL via a BUS message. The specific fault must be acquired from the EATX via a DRBIII tool. (Input or Output Speed Sensor failures often cause this code and are a common failure part on WJ Grand Cherokees

P0750
Shift Solenoid circuit.
Note: If code P1767 (Transmission Relay Always On) is also present: Replace transmission solenoid assembly. See note provided. When transmission is in limp mode the relay that provides power to the solenoid group is switched off. This is normal and is designed to provide operation in one gear only. Engineering department suggests to replace transmission solenoid assembly anytime these two trouble codes occur together. See applicable service manual section (21) for solenoid assembly replacement directions. IMPORTANT: When performing this repair always check torque on all valvebody accumulator cover plate screws. Proper torque specification is 70 inch pounds. If any accumulator cover plate screws are damaged or missing replace the valvebody assembly. NOTE: If any other trouble codes are present do not replace solenoid assembly. See test in the applicable Transmission Diagnostic Procedures Manual

P0755
Shift Solenoid B

Oct 14, 2009 | 2003 Dodge Caravan

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1999 chevy lumina 3.1 v6 code p1860


DTC P1860 is a type "A" DTC and indicates a torque converter clutch pulse width modulation solenoid electrical problem. When set it disables shift adapts and inhibits TCC functions such as the lock/unlock when in 4th-OD. Possible flaky TCC-PWM solenoid.
If you have a 4T65E the TCC-PWM solenoid is located under the side cover assembly. Not exactly easy to replace DIY. Engine/tranny has to be dropped down on the sub-frame assembly.

You could check the input voltage (12 volts) and ground/low to the solenoid via the main electrical connector. And check the resistance of the solenoid at the respective pins on the above connector. Not sure what the value is but you can get that from a transmission service shop or the dealer's manuel.

Assuming you have the 4T65E auto transaxle the 20 way electrical connector is located driver's side top. You should see it looking in. Gray connector and the only electrical plug going to the transmission. Twist counterclockwise. 

Other than checking the wire harness, and just an example once the solenoid is proven bad and replaced the local AAMCO charges around $500-$600 including the part but cost will vary depending on where you live. Good luck and sorry for the bad news. Keep me posted, be glad to help.

Jun 02, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Coupe

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2005 Dodge 1500 code p0404 EGR valve.


The electronic EGR valve and solenoid assembly is attached to the rear of the left cylinder head ,

  1. Remove electrical connector (5) at top of EGR valve solenoid.
  2. Remove tube mounting bolt (1) at intake manifold.
  1. Remove two bolts (4) connecting EGR tube (1) to valve assembly.
  2. Remove gasket located between EGR tube flange and EGR valve assembly.
  3. Remove two EGR valve mounting bolts (5).
  4. Separate valve assembly (3) from engine.
  5. Remove and discard metal gasket located between cylinder head and valve assembly.
INSTALLATION
  1. Clean area at rear of left cylinder head where it joins base of EGR valve.
  2. Clean EGR tube where it joins EGR valve.
  3. Position new gasket between EGR valve and cylinder head.
  4. Position EGR valve to cylinder head. Install and tighten two bolts (5). Refer to Torque Specifications.
  5. Position new gasket between EGR tube flange and EGR valve assembly.
  6. Position EGR tube (1) to side of EGR valve and into intake manifold.
    1. Install EGR tube flange bolt (1) at intake manifold. Tighten bolt. Refer to Torque Specifications.
    2. Connect electrical connector (5) to top of EGR valve solenoid (2).Do a final tightening of two EGR tube bolts (4). Refer to Torque Specifications

Feb 05, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Ram 1500

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