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Old 08-23-2010, 11:18 PM
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First of all, how are you guys doing.

This is for my 1999 chevy blazer.
Well, I'm pretty sure there are tons of threads on this code, so I searched thinking that maybe something else could be setting this code other than the trans control solenoid. I didn't really find any conclusions to that, other than the solenoid always seems to be the culprit. Here's what I've thought of doing before going after the solenoid.

Cleaning the connectors of the engine computer located under the hood

And checking the fuses of the fuse box located under the hood. Which fuse or fuses should I be checking?

Also, I looked up the parts on NAPA, it gives me different looking trans control solenoid pictures, which one should I get?
http://www.napaonline.com/Search/Res...+50014+2014003

Oh, I forgot to mention that I can't shift into overdrive when we got the p0753 code, and though this problem seemed to be in the making, it actually started when my brother accidentally drove it from work in 4 wheel drive mode. The solenoid is accessible by dropping the trans pan, right? Thanks!

Is this the part I'm after?
Kragen part#:S9871
NAPA part#:ECH TCS608


Or this one?
P#:S9841
 

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Well, I'm pretty sure there are tons of threads on this code, so I searched...
Including this post P0753 Explained?
 
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Ah, that helped. Now I know what part to get. I went ahead and ordered two, might as well replace both of the shift solenoids. Also, where can I find fuse 11 in the IP fuse block? I'm guessing they're talking about the fuse block located under the hood, right?

 
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...Also, where can I find fuse 11 in the IP fuse block? I'm guessing they're talking about the fuse block located under the hood, right?
IP=instrument panel. Look on the panel beside the driver's door. The fuses are numbered on the block.
 
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So I finally got around to changing the shift solenoids, and getting rid of the p0753 error code. When I dropped the pan, the defective solenoid's wire connector wasn't even attached to it. It was just dangling by it's harness, weird. Are they know to break like that? Or could it have been broken when it was last taken in for it's trans service?
Well, thanks to this site, I was able to figure out that I have a deep pan, and what to expect when removing the trans filter's seal, which was the biggest pain in the butt to deal with. Anyways, the autozone guy said that the blazer takes 5 qts,. deep pan or not. Is this true?
 
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