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Where is the shift solenoid "E" located on a 2001 toyota

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where is the shift solenoid "E" located on a 2001 toyota camry? I received a P0773, P0401 and P0770 code
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  mike switzer replied 6 months ago.

do you have the v6 or 4 cylinder?

Customer: replied 6 months ago.
4 cylinder
Expert:  mike switzer replied 6 months ago.

the lock up solenoid or SL solenoid is located behind the park neutral switch. this is the same as shift solenoid "e"

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