Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
P0755 - Underdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND
P0765 - Overdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND
P0760 - Second Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND
Tell me, did the dealership inform you that your vehicle did NOT have an electrical problem? If they did, they lied!
Each of these trouble codes IDENTIFY an ELECTRICAL issue, whether it's in the wiring harness (outside or inside the transmission). Let's suppose the solenoids are 'ACTUALLY' bad, shorted/open - OK.... THEY CAN BE REPLACED!
Provided you have told me "all they did was pull up the codes and tell me I need a new transmission for $2175.00" is true - THEY LIED!
You can look up the repair procedure yourself on www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #. You then have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, wiring diagrams, etc. you can even type in the codes (Under Detail Search) and select the "Inspection/Repair" procedures and see what THEY DIDN'T do/tell you.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, all your codes are related to transmission shift solenoid circuit condtion eg: Transmission > Automatic Transaxle > P0750 Low and Reverse Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0755 Underdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0760 Second Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Automatic Transaxle > P0765 Overdrive Solenoid Valve Circuit - Open or Short(GND). Wether your vehicle is equipped with a 4 cylinder or v6 ,all the codes are for either engine models. Check your main wire harness that plugs into the top of the transmission and verify,that a good connection is present. if all looks ok and the vehicle still exibits the same symptoms. The problem may also be in the ECM/TCM control module itself. A Hyundai dealer would have the proper scan tool and tester to verify and perform actuation tests on the shift solendoids themselves to make sure they are working correctly. This does not mean that the transmission itself has failed. You basically have an open circuit somewhere that the solenoids are not getting a good ground. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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