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I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with code P0753 and at the transsmission shop told me to replace the governers and change oil and filter and willl be fixed, Now i'm $100 dlls poor with the same problem code. it only runs on 3rd gear.

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Fluid Change --won't fix a thing,common sense

No Governers on an electronic trans

PO753---Shift Solenoid A

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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It is known as "shift solenoid A electrical" in the code list. My suggestion is to have the mechanic change the solenoid. If this does not fix it it could be your on-board ECM (Computer). Plan on another couple hundred if it is.

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