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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 are and were they might be located?

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  • tim terrell Jan 10, 2012

    it is the shift solenoid in the transmission. I just replaced the one in our 2006 durango this past weekend. If someone has smarts on how to follow directions and has a place to work on there durango. The do it yourselfer can replace this part. You have to drop the valve body in the transmission and the shift solenoid is on top of valve body. there is a big plug sticking out the top of the transmission on the drivers side by the shift linkage. that is the shift solenoid. you have to unplug that then take out valve body. Then take the appropriate bolts/screws that hold the solenoid in. then just put new one on, put bolts back in to appropriate torque setting and then reinstall in transmission. I would recommend buying a new shift solenoid, and not a reman'd one. Yes you might save a little money, but the new one i got was direct from mopar. there is a place online, if you search that builds the 545rfe transmissions. that is who i bought my parts from. they also recommended a pressure swith that just plugs into the transmissions clutch pressure on passenger side rear of the transmission. will help if you do want to haul something. it will apply more pressure on transmission clutches and transmission will not have to work quite as hard. this will fix the P0750 code. I had about 3 total hours of work replacing shift solenoid.

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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.

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How about if it has 3 codes, P0700, P0562, P0750?
and if it is not any internal transmission failure, what else could it be?

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