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1999 nissan sentra A/T Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid pro

by dcron / May 2, 2010 4:16 AM PDT

my 1999 nissan sentra 1.6L auto tansmission. had it AUTO transmission change, old one broke.after the repair, car drove well,then while driving i noticed that the transmission speed change at 40-45MPH was taking longer and the RPM was close to 3x1000,and the check engine light came on.this car have 3-4 speed change at 10,25,35,45.the first is OK the second and last takes longer to change.i did a scan and the code i got is p1775 = to" A/T Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid valve Circuit Low Input.i called autozone to see if the sell this solenoid but they do this solenoid in or out the transmission,i noticed 4 separate connection to the outer body,one is the Crankshaft sensor,one is where the cable is,other is near the driver side tire and the other is by the wall.where can i buy this.
thanks for helping

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