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Code 0700 2002 Sebring convertible - the car was fine. I was drving at about 60mph. The transmission slipped and the tach went to about 4000rpm. It then shifted and settled down. It did this repeatedly over about 3-4 miles. I started to hear a high pitched whine. The car would not shift into gear. When it sat and cooled down it would be fine for 1-2 minutes but then the problem would occur again. Fluid levels are all good.

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    Same problem with a 2001 2.7 Sedan. I have read many different resolutions to this. I have changed the fluid/ filter/ input and output sensors. Next is the solenoid. What was your result?

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