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So my Cobalt is @ the dealer ship for a p0700 (TCM) causing a hard shift and not shifting into 4th. The dealer ship said that the harness is grounding out and can be fixed and doesn't need to be replaced and is gonna cost about $250.00 labor. If it can be fixed and not replaced, should it be pretty easy to do my self and just pay the $55.00 diagnostic??
And what does it mean by 'it can be fixed??'
 

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You will have to lay the diagnostic fee anyway. They used their time to find out what was causing the issue and should be compensated for it. My injector harness did the same thing. I just bought some wire of the same gauge, cut out the exposed portions, soldered the new wire in, and tied off the harness to prevent it from happening again.
 
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