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nowayman
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Apr 17, 2012, 1:13 PM

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2009 DODGE D3500 4X4 6.7L AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 77,000 MILES.I PUT A USED TRANNY IN AND IT SET TWO CODES ,P0700 AND P0760.HOW DO I RESOLVE/FIX THIS PROBLEM????ANY AND ALL HELP WOULD BE SO APPRECIATED .ANYONE WITH THE ANSWERS YOU CAN E-MAIL ME AT personal info deleted


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Apr 19, 2012, 10:51 PM

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p0760 shift solenoid c malfunction p0700 is a generic code transmission control system malfunction.

Would suggest taking out the solenoid and bench testing it. Take a squeeze bottle with ATF and supply the side holes of the solenoid with ATF nothing should flow through.. Apply 12v to the solenoid and the ATF should flow through if it dosen't or is restricted do not reuse. If the solenoid works fine could be problem with wiring or control module.




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