Can a p0752 Shift Solenoid B both?

Can a p0752 Shift Solenoid B both?

My 2010 Chevy cobalt 2.2L engine light is on & they scanned it & it says P0700 (TCM) P0751&P0752 shift solenoid A stuck on/off. How can It b both & what do I need to do to fix it or check it????…

What kind of car does DTC code p0752 mean?

That may include but is not limited to vehicles from Chrysler, Ford, Dodge, Hyundai, Kia, Ram, Lexus, Toyota, Mazda, Honda, VW, etc. Although generic, the exact repair steps may vary depending on year, make, model and powertrain configuration.

What are the symptoms of a stuck on p0752?

Symptoms of a P0752 trouble code may include: 1 Transmission slipping 2 Transmission overheating 3 Transmission catches in gear 4 Decreased fuel economy 5 Possibly misfire-like symptoms 6 Vehicle enters limp mode 7 Check Engine Light illuminated

What is the trouble code for a shift solenoid?

Most automatic transmissions incorporate at least three solenoids that are solenoid A, B and C. The trouble codes related to this, the “A” solenoid, are codes P0750, P0751, P0752, P0753 and P0754 based on the specific malfunction that alerts the PCM to set the code and illuminate the Check Engine Light.

What does no other code mean on p0700 Chevy Cobalt?

If you get no other code it means that there is the transmission control circuit is malfunctioning. It is typically accompanied by other codes that’ll help shed light on the situation. When P0700 registers by itself can be tricky.

Why is there a trouble code on my Chevy Cobalt?

One of the most common problems with the Chevy Cobalt is when it throws the P0700 trouble code. A trouble code is a code thrown out by an automatic transmission whenever it detects that there is an issue that needs your attention. In the case of the P0700, it is a general code.

What are the possible causes of a p0700 Chevrolet?

P0700 CHEVROLET Possible Causes 1 Shorted or open circuit within Transmission Control Module (TCM) 2 Faulty Transmission Control Module (TCM) More

What is the OBDII code for the p0700?

In the case of the P0700, it is a general code. This means that it should be accompanied by some other code that should tell you the specific problem. It is a OBDII code and not just a GM specific code.

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