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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-08-09, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Shift Sloenoid E

I scanned my moms car after the CEL came on and I got two codes.... P0128, Coolant Thermostat temp below coolant temp, which I'm not worried about. The other one is P0772, Shift Solenoid E Stuck ON...

Is this solenoid inside the tranny?
Is this something I should be worried about?
I cleared the codes and they haven't came back yet.


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Re: Shift Sloenoid E

Anybody? ... Sorry I forgot to mention it was a 06 Fusion
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Re: Shift Sloenoid E

typically a shift solenoid stuck on results a stuck in gear symptom, i dont know the logics behind the new 6spd trannies. i cant give you specifics but i can tell you it can be caused by simply a dirty port, or minute piece of dirt in the solenoid. its possible for the solenoid to fail too obviously.

4spd logics use to be SS1 on = first, SS1 and SS2 off = default (2nd), SS2 on = 3rd, SS1 and SS2 on = 4th. you see where im going with that? should have noticed a shifting issue if there really was a failure.

check the main harness make sure there is no ATF on it and it is fully seated. just precaution.
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