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Code C0561 for a chevy malibu

I'm getting codes C0561 P0751 P0700 P0700

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Co561 System Voltage unstable,, po751 Shift solenoid A CKT
performance or stuck Off,, po700 Trans Control Sys. Malfunction
these are OBD codes, hope that helps....

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