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Po705 code po700 code po750code 2005 suzuki verona, alos i need to know where these parts are located on the car.

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    I have problems with codes PO700, PO705, PO750 with a Suzuki Verona.

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Hi,

  • P0700 means Transmission Control System Malfunction
  • P0705 means Transmission Range Sensor Circuit malfunction(PRNDL Input)
  • P0750 means Shift Solenoid A Malfunction

All the three code indicates a problem with the car transmission which is located adjacent to the engine. Could be in line with the engine or next to it depending on if the car is FWD or RWD.

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