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Q: Pressure control solenoid code

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I am getting a pressure control solenoid code P0795.

Hello. There are several reasons why you might get this code. Your transmission fluid could be dirty or low, or there could be a faulty pressure control solenoid in valve ’c’. All of these conditions need to be check by a certified technician so that a proper diagnosis can be made as to why you are getting this code.

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