Q: Error codes with vehicle

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I have the following error codes: P0700, P0750, and P0456. What would it take to fix these and how much would it cost?

Hi. P0700 is a transmission control system fault and a p0750 is a fault regarding the shift solenoid. P0456 is code for a small leak detected in the evaporative emission system. For a quote on pricing please visit this site.

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