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May 25, 2010, 11:06 pm

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Question: 94 camry code P0753

P0753 says shift solenoid circuit electrical...I have replaced the solenoid (it wasn't fun) but I don't think I needed to the car will not down shift. when i drive come to a stop and start to go again it starts off in 3rd gear if I manually shift it to low then shift it to second it goes directly to 3rd but it shifts between 3rd and overdrive perfectly this code says shift solenoid circuit...i realize I shouldn't have replaced the solenoid....now...what could be the problem? could it be a bad connection between the ecu and the solenoid? could it be a bad ecu? I am stuck and can not figure this one out someone please help me...the solenoid has been replaced and the filter and fluid have also been replaced...could there be a vac hose off somewhere? I'm not sure of these new electronically controlled transmissions but the older Chevy's had a vac. modulator do these newer cars still have that?...help! chvyl01 @aol.com


August 10, 2010, 10:26 am

Jason D
 

did you ever get an answer to this question. having the same trouble with my 1996 4runner. was going to replace the selenoid until i read this.


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