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Pressure Control Solenoid B, and the code was P0775.

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Old 11-16-2008, 07:28 PM   #1
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Pressure Control Solenoid B, and the code was P0775.

Hello all! I'm new to this forum, but from what I have seen it is very usefull and I look forward to learning many new things about my car. Well my problem is my o/d light is flashing, and there seems to be problem with my Explorer shifting gears. I took it to Autozone and the code was p0775 which is the presure control solenoid. My qustion is where can I get this part, can I get just this part or do I have to get the whole block of solenoids, and any and all information on this topic I would greatly appriate.
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Old 11-16-2008, 07:32 PM   #2
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Welcome to this forum! Some members said that a new solenoid block fixed it while others said that a new servo, band adjustment, and computer tune fixed it. Check this post: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...22&postcount=1
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Thank you very much for the quick reply. That info was helpful. I was also just wondering where I can get those parts online. Also is it o.k. to driver the car in this condition? I guess I'm going to end up replacing all of those parts and changing the filter with new fluid. I'm going to need a pump for the tranny fluid. Wonder were i can get that also.
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You could get the servos from WWW.TransmissionPartsUSA.Com. Start with this before you replace anything more expensive like the valve body or the solenoid block. This link is a sticky thread in this section: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...d.php?t=164055

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Hello all! I'm new to this forum, but from what I have seen it is very usefull and I look forward to learning many new things about my car. Well my problem is my o/d light is flashing, and there seems to be problem with my Explorer shifting gears. I took it to Autozone and the code was p0775 which is the presure control solenoid. My qustion is where can I get this part, can I get just this part or do I have to get the whole block of solenoids, and any and all information on this topic I would greatly appriate.
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Welcome to this forum! The solenoid comes with the entire solenoid block. Check WWW.TransmissionPartsUSA.Com, WWW.800700Tran.Com, and WWW.EBay.Com.
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