Join Date: Oct 2015
Drives: 2011 Forte SX 2.4L (thankfully MPI) A/T 137K miles
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I wouldn't be overly concerned at this point about the codes possibly not matching the doc. The bottom line is that one code went away when you replaced the first solenoid. And, with the other being diagnosed as probably on the way out (good work on that!), the hope is the remaining code will be eliminated as well. It wouldn't be the first time that an automaker made a mistake with the OBD specs. But if the code doesn't go away with the new part, then you'll have to get back in and dig around some more.
And although I don't normally repeat what I've already said, I'd urge you to change the oil and filter on this vehicle a few times in quick succession. It's not a common thing for both OCVs to fail like yours did, and IMO there's a very good chance that failure is evidence of significant sludge in this engine, due to poor oil maintenance by the PO. I wouldn't use one of those engine flush products, just clean it up with any good regular motor oil. Spend a small amount of $$ now, in the hope of avoiding a much larger expense down road.