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Q: Check Engine code p0758

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I am getting a Check Engine code p0758.

A P0758 code indicates a problem with the vehicle’s shift solenoid, specifically shift solenoid B. If this light has come on, then the vehicle may be experiencing poor performance, or unusual shifting. As this component is located on the underside of the vehicle, I would recommend having a professional technician, such as one from YourMechanic, inspect your vehicle and replace the solenoid if necessary.

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