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So I called my dealer and said I wanted to get a price on a part I need. I told him the "Shift Solenoid A Malfunction" line and he put the phone down to search for me I guess. He came back to the phone and mentioned some sensor or some bullshit like that. Probably didn't know what he was talking about. It was some part for $170 something bucks. So I don't think that was it. So i'm wondering if anyone knows the part # I need for this. It would help alot since i'm not trying to call the dealer 12 times to get what I want. They seem like bigger idiots each time you talk to them.

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Look, I had a friend call for me today. She works at a place that deals with Range Rovers, Jaguars and other cars. So she was able to call and try and find the piece I need. Apparently they said there's one part to fix this problem and it's some kind of whole tranny solenoid assembly thing. And it's around $500 or something. My friend can get it for cheaper than that, but still. I was told I can this solenoid thing I need for around $100 from a few people on here and now I hear this? Ain't good news. Can anyone help?

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I guess the question would be: Are you just getting a code or is the transmission acting up?


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i guess your part is really unusual thats why you are having trouble getting answers here, and finding the part. Search for a used tranny as well, it may come cheaper. Then you can take the solenoids out and use them in yours. However search the forum noone had this problem before.. Weird...

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Go to a tranny shop and ask them if they can get the solenoid for you. You don't need the entire block of solenoids, that's just a waste.

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i guess your part is really unusual thats why you are having trouble getting answers here, and finding the part. Search for a used tranny as well, it may come cheaper. Then you can take the solenoids out and use them in yours. However search the forum noone had this problem before.. Weird...[/b]
??? I've searched this forum and there have been multiple people that have gotten this code.

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I was planning on buying just the solenoid from Mazda like Ren said, but of course they didn't mention just a solenoid, just something much more expensive. According to Ren, my hold light flashing is because of the shift solenoid. And yeah, when the hold light is on and blinking, the car doesn't run right. But I can't just not drive it. That's why I wanna get this **** straightened out asap.

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I could just find one or two..

I found this one:
http://www.transmissionpartsusa.com/LJ4A_E...arts_s/3690.htm
They dont list solenoid, you can try calling them. S tranny is LJ4A-EL

You d better go to a tranny shop rather than mazda as Ren said..

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You d better go to a tranny shop rather than mazda as Ren said..[/b]
I will, but I wanna know what I need before I go. I'm not gonna have them bullshitting me so i'm forced to spend a shitload of money. I'd rather know before hand what I need so I don't look like an idiot.

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I just checked and it looks like you do need to replace the entire assembly. For whatever reason Mazda decided to have all the solenoids on a single wire harness rather than each one separate. You could buy a used tranny for cheaper than that...so stupid.

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