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What is causing my car to say transsmisson control problem

I have these codes PO700 P1776 PO870 and TSB's

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P0700 Transmission P01776 Ignition ****** request. P0870 Transmission fluid pressure sensor C. Your main concern is the valve body assembly this will take care of P1776. And as for the P0870 you will need the solenoid pack also. Before you decide to attempt this try a relfash of the TCM(transmission control module)

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P0700 is EATX code present. It simply means that the engine computer has noticed that the transmission computer has a dtc in it. This causes the Pcm (engine computer) to turn the check engine light on. You will need to have the TCM (trans computer) checked for codes to know what to diagnose.

error code P1776 - Replace rear solenoid switch

Likely both related The P1776 probably kicked off the P0700 notification.

Hope that helps! Happy Motoring!

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SOURCE: Describe your car codes po700 p1776 po871 Problem

limp mode is coming on cycle the key i forget 10 or 20 times i think 10 if your driving you can put in N and do it on the roll then restart should work till the codes come up again but take it in could just be a speed sensor or selonoid pack but they are really common for input and output speed sensor

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SOURCE: my engine light came on

You need to get the code(s) read to be sure what it is. Take it to a shop that you trust and they will hook it up to a code scanner and tell you exactly what code(s) there are. From there you can plan your repairs.

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