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Old 04-20-2014, 12:13 AM
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transmission wiring harness install

any tips on tackling this? had my truck at a trannie shop for too long and they told my they couldn't find which wire was messed up so I bit the bullet and ordered a new harness and figured I would install myself but any tips or tricks would be much appreciated. the 0720 oss code was what came up and threw the truck into limp mode with a new sensor and no change. also its an 07 f350 fx4 short bed extended cab. thanks for any help
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Old 04-20-2014, 07:25 AM
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Too bad you didn't check out eBay, I have a good used harness for sale. There is nothing special about replacing the harness as it is a pretty simple job to route it. Just ensure you have it all secured properly.
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Old 04-21-2014, 11:44 PM
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Well I put the new harness in and the oss code is gone but replaced by p0756 & p2701.Is this a sign of just the solonoid or a hint to bigger problems? Not sure if I should take it back to the shop that "rebuilt" it and have them fix their work or see about them footing the bill for a better shop to do the work. Was rebuilt last march and was told built with upgraded parts. It's my welding rig and is how I make a living it's a pain having it off the line for too long.
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Clear it, test it and see what comes back up. The solenoids do fail on occasion and you would need to replace it right away. If you have burned the clutches, you may need a rebuild. Sometimes the slip code is due to the solenoid not working. I just don't know if these 2 are related.
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