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Code p72o & p1618 &p1633 on my s80

My car ios a 2000 S80 when start it and step the brake to change to drive the car get off i scan it and it gives me these codes p720 p1633 p1618

what could be the problem and what these code means , for several weeks i cant move my car because of this problem ,is there is any one that can help.
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The P720 (which i'm guessing is suppose to be a P0 or 170 means its transmission related...i dont know what the 20 stands for thats the exact specific code/problem but it gives you an idea...the two P1600 codes are Manufactur made and they are both about PCM-Auxiliary Devices..

So i'm guessing that the one that is making your car not move is the P700 code..

hope that gets you started

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