Threw a few codes....
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08-08-2006, 08:08 PM #1
Threw a few codes....
Anyone know what these codes are? I threw them yesterday and had them ran at Autozone but the guy only gave me the numbers, not the actual things of what they were....
P0757 <--- it's this one that I worry about, I think is what he said???
08-08-2006, 09:39 PM #2
135 is a bank1 sensor 1 ( drivers side front)O2 heater circuit code. Do you have headers?
757 is a shift solenoid B stuck on. Do you have an aftermarket stall?
08-09-2006, 02:10 PM #3
Yes to both of those.... Any ideas how to fix these things?
08-09-2006, 08:13 PM #4
Both codes are fairly common with those mods. Some people have had good results switching the front O2's to bosch 13111 sensors which are actually vette rears. The heaters in those sensors are supposed to be better. I get the heater code from time to time myself. I haven't bought the bosch sensor yet because I'm still not convinced that's the answer and it's ~$80 a sensor. I've read multiple posts where that's cured peoples problems so one of these days maybe I'll break down and put them in to see for myself.
The 757 code is another popular code with stalls. I personally haven't gotten this code and have zero experience in trying to fix it but I've read quite a bit about it. Some people just delete the code. Not sure I would do that but it's an option. Some people replace or clean that solenoid because the solenoid itself is pretty cheap I think ~$25 and it's easy to get to. Just drop the pan basically and it's on the valve body. Like I said, I don't have experience swapping that solenoid out but if you would like I'll try to dig up a write up on it. What size is your stall and how long have you had it? Also, how old is your tranny fluid? I'm wondering if you just have some trash in that solenoid that's causing it to stick open.
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