Q: Still getting error code P0760 shift solenoid C. I had a mechanic on here do the transmission flush.

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I had a mechanic on here do a transmission flush because I had an error code P0760. When he was done it,worked for awhile. Then a few days later when I go 35mph my RPM would be very high. So the P0760 code popped up again. To be exact the code said P0760 shift solenoid C.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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