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Old 08-28-2010, 04:03 PM
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I have a 2000 Blazer with an Auto tranny. with 82K miles on it. Today the service engine soon light came on and I notice it won't shift into high gear. It seems to stay in 3rd. Any ideas? I just purchased it about 2 months ago. Thanks.
 
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Stop by an AutoZone, etc. and have the SES code(s) read. Report back in this thread with the findings.
 
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The code is P0753 which is the 1-2 shift solenoid. How hard is this to change myself? All Autozone could tell me is its on the tranny. Any help wold be greatly appreciated. Dave
 
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Using the 'search' feature for P0753 yielded several hits including:
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The solenoid isn't bad to replace. Involves dropping the transmission pan.
 
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