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Old 05-19-2009, 09:45 PM
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PO 775 code

My wife got a check tranny light followed by the OD shutting off. Then she got a check engine light. She stopped at the parts store and they read the code. It is PO775 "pressure control solenoid B circuit malfunction" . Anyone else have this problem and what is the fix?
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Sorry, it's a 2002 merc Mountianeer, auto with a 6 cyc.
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That code is indicating a mechanical problem with a solenoid. I would replace the solenoid block. I have not ran across that code before but I do know that those solenoid blocks have problems, I have replaced many of them for a number of issues.
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Thanks, jk080. Do you where the soleniod block is located on this car?
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Bad result. The trans needed to be rebuilt. $2100. at an indy garage. The dealer wanted 3500.
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