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Old 04-14-12, 07:53 PM   #16
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The only way to really work out which solenoid is faulty is to use a multimeter, test for resistance.
Then if your lucky, like I was you can play around with it and it may work again...
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Old 04-15-12, 09:48 AM   #17
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Yea I gotten that far. I have the solenoid out, and on the web for the corrrct way...and since you did it I feel comfortable with your advice. Can you please explain how to test the solenoid and plugs. I have the multimeter..thanks a million
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Old 04-16-12, 04:33 AM   #18
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Have to check continuity at the PCM with the solenoid plugged in. all I did to fix was un plug solenoid an Bend tabs in at the connector to make a stronger contact. Then reinstalled and Then I had continuity. Drove car and shifted normally!
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How do I tell which solenoid is the C (3) solenoid???
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Old 03-19-13, 10:13 AM   #20
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I got code 0763, seems like an easy job, but I'm trying to figure out which solenoid is C. Are they labeled? In order from front to back, etc? Please help?!
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Old 03-19-13, 10:59 AM   #21
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How do I tell which solenoid is the C (3) solenoid???

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I got code 0763, seems like an easy job, but I'm trying to figure out which solenoid is C. Are they labeled? In order from front to back, etc? Please help?!
Glad you searched and found this thread instead of making a new one but read the thread man....OP said this a few times


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The only way to really work out which solenoid is faulty is to use a multimeter, test for resistance.
Then if your lucky, like I was you can play around with it and it may work again..
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removed the offending solenoid, which we identified using a multi meter. 14 ohms is about right, but the offending unit..had no resistance at all???




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Old 03-25-13, 10:26 AM   #22
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Glad you searched and found this thread instead of making a new one but read the thread man....OP said this a few times
that didn't answer my question. There are 4 of those. I wanted I know which one is 3/c. I found the answer.
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Old 03-25-13, 12:32 PM   #23
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that didn't answer my question. There are 4 of those. I wanted I know which one is 3/c. I found the answer.
are you serious dude, it DID answer your ?, the OP specifically said to several other people the answer from the exact same ? you asked and then i highlighted the points

let me try it again....

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Hey bro...on the pic above which solenoid was "c"
and then the OP stated

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The only way to really work out which solenoid is faulty is to use a multimeter, test for resistance.
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How do I tell which solenoid is the C (3) solenoid???
but the answer is STILL the same being that there are 4 of the same solenoids, they use a blanket fault code so 1,2,3,4 all can show the same code and the code can not designate which one it is so the answer is.....

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Old 04-01-13, 01:11 AM   #24
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Yes, I'm serious. I found my answer As to which one is C (3). And that wasn't the correct answer. I removed the 3(C) one that I was told was 3(C) and replaced it and it works fine. So yes, there is a direct answer as to which one is specifically the 3(C) solenoid
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No need to have an attitude. Joke is on you, I found the correct answer. So you can retract that thanks
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Yes, I'm serious. I found my answer As to which one is C (3). And that wasn't the correct answer. I removed the 3(C) one that I was told was 3(C) and replaced it and it works fine. So yes, there is a direct answer as to which one is specifically the 3(C) solenoid
and how kind of you to share it with others, oh wait you didnt.....

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No need to have an attitude. Joke is on you, I found the correct answer. So you can retract that thanks
i dont have a attitude, thanks though
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Mobile version doesn't allow me to upload it, was planning on it when I'm back at my laptop )) thanks sweetie ))
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Good job man! Good to hear!
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have code po715 and need to change it but not sure if there is two or three or which one go to that code is it in the back of front it,s a 99 300 GS

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Mobile version doesn't allow me to upload it, was planning on it when I'm back at my laptop )) thanks sweetie ))
All of the trash talk and never uploaded
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