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Re: 07 Camry XLE V6
Take it back, but you might want to check the transmission connectors, both inside and outside the trans, I am sure the problem is there, assuming the 12 volt power is present to the connectors. Many times these connectors are damaged by poorly trained techs who don't know or care to find out how to unlock the connector from the trans, so the just break the retainers, and after a few miles the connector works loose, Wala, no tans operation!!
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The code you have P0780 is an internal hydraulic problem in the transmission. I did some research on this trouble code and the repair manual Say's to replace the torque converter clutch solenoid valve/shift solenoid valve A, and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A and B.
In plain English these are the shift solenoids and torque converter solenoids. These solenoids control the fluid flow to the transmission and if they are not working properly then p0780 will set.
The bad news is the repair manual Say's to replace these solenoids and if the problem is still present then replace or overhaul the transmission because the problem is internal.
Most repair shops are not going to take the risk and just replace the solenoids, they will replace or overhaul the transmission.