P0773 AUDI code

What the P0773 code means. The transmission control module (TCM) turns shift solenoid valve E on or off depending upon the operating conditions of the vehicle. If there is a malfunction somewhere in the wiring or solenoid itself, it will cause abnormality in the gear ratio, causing P0773 to set.

How much does it cost to fix a shift solenoid?

$200 to $500

Shift Solenoid Repair and Replacement Cost
The overall cost to replace the shift solenoid in an automatic transmission ranges from $200 to $500 for a single solenoid. If the damage requires you to replace the entire solenoid pack the cost increases to between $250 and $700.

What is shift solenoid E?

Generic transmission diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0770 stands for “Shift Solenoid “E” Malfunction.” This code indicates that your PCM has detected a malfunction in your transmission within your shift solenoid shift circuit, which is identified by designation “E.” Your automatic transmission depends on multiple moving …

What is code P0783 mean?

The P0783 code means that the PCM has detected an abnormal 3-4 shift function, which is necessary to decrease and increase speed, maximize engine performance, and optimize the vehicle’s fuel efficiency.

What does code P0763 mean?

When your vehicle stores code P0763, it means that the PCM has detected an aberration in the function of shift solenoid C, indicating that the intended gear ratio doesn’t match up with the actual gear ratio.

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Can you replace a shift solenoid yourself?

Shift Solenoid: REPAIR INFORMATION

Replacing a transmission shift solenoid can be done by most any auto repair shop, automobile dealership service center or you can do-it-yourself “DIY”.

What makes a shift solenoid go bad?

A transmission solenoid can fail due to electrical issues, or dirty fluid that’s caused the shift solenoid to become stuck open / closed.

How do I fix code P0773?

What repairs can fix the P0773 code?

  1. Shift solenoid E replacement.
  2. Replacement of damaged circuitry or connectors.
  3. Flushing and replacement of transmission fluid.
  4. Complete transmission rebuild or replacement.
  5. PCM replacement (rare)
  6. Clearing of the code again, in order to verify that the repair has been successful.

Where is the transmission shift solenoid located?

The shift solenoid is located inside the oil valve connected to the valve body. The shift solenoid controls gear engagement and gear shift. The engine control module or the transmission control module in the vehicle’s engine controls the shift solenoid electronically.

How many solenoids are in a transmission?

there are two or more shift solenoids inside your transmission. the solenoids are typically integrated into the transmission valve body. if one or more of them fails, you’ll likely notice a handful of car problems.