Question about 2007 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SL Sedan
All I can say is to take it to a trans shop or the dealer, you will not
be able to diag and fix this problem yourself it is a detailed pinpoint
test that involves specific tools. Replacing the solenoid assembly it turned out to be a TCM (Transmission
Control Module)... may not be the cure for your demon but its a
It could be a not completely seated connector, bad solenoid or a bad molded lead frame (shift solenoid complete assembly) or a new unit.
Check this procedure: Diagnostics/Automatic%20Transmission/Circuit%20Inspection/cip0750p.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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