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post #1 of 10 Old 03-16-2005, 02:38 AM
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my tranny seems to be stumbling, when i first accelerate. The code i got (odbII) was P0753. Where is the shift solenoid? How hard are they to change I know I can't afford the labor at the dealer. I would appreciate any help!!!!! 2000 durango 5.2 4x4
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post #2 of 10 Old 03-17-2005, 05:31 AM
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to get to the shift solenoids just drop the tranny pan and filter. i think they should be right there on the valve body.

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post #3 of 10 Old 03-19-2005, 01:43 AM
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thanx for your input, i just wanted a clue of what i was getting myself in to. i hope i can rely on your expertise if i run into any problems. thanxs again i'll let ya know how it turns out????????????
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Shift Solenoid-HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is this hard to change out? Do you have to remove the valve body to do this?

My truck is throwing a P0753 code and isn't shifting out of 3rd gear....runs at about 3500RPM at 65MPH on the freeway.

Any other suggestions? I think I've eliminated the possibility of a wiring issue.
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how much does one of those cost and where can i get one?

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I'm not sure on how to install it, but I know when I had my shift kit and torque converter installed, I had them change the solenoid out as well. The solenoid is about $100. However, they also recommend you change out the transducer along with it. That is also another $100. I took a gamble and just changed out the solenoid. It paid off, everything was working fine afterwards. You can probably get the solenoid cheaper if you go to a parts store rather than going to a dealership.



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post #7 of 10 Old 06-05-2006, 02:14 AM
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auto zone dosent carry them any other auto stores that do?

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is there a store online that you can buy the transducer and solenoid from??? i need them bad.

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NAPA sells them. They come in a pack with the TCC and OD solenoids for $80.

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