ERROR CODES P0705 & P0706
2007 Suzuki Reno • 4 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 92,000 miles
2007 suzuki reno 2.0 liter. Had diagnostic's done and error codes p0705 & p0706 came up. This points towards the transmission range switch and seems to be a common flaw with this vehicle. I heard about re-setting the computer, downloading new computer info and all types of creative stuff. I would like to hear All SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO SOLVE SIMPLY AND INEXPENSIVELY. The only malfunctions noted are.1) Vehicle seems not to shift pass third gear.2) The digital gear indicator is usually the wrong display and 3) One time it fell out of gear into neutral. Cost of switch, how to install, or alternatives are welcomed. Thanks. Dan Wright / dwright1964@sbcglobal. Net
January 15, 2011.
January 15, 2011.
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