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Po740 and po700

I got mitsubishi eclipse 2.0 non turbo. i code P0740 and P0700. what i need to do or check respect to these code? pleae help

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P0700 Transmission Control System Malfunction P0740 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction. Have a nice day

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2003 grand caravan error code po740 and po700 740 is torque solenoid. how do you replace


P0700 means a indicative transmission malfunction, allways this code appears with other, in your case, P0740.
The P0740 code pertains to the TCC solinoid in the transmission, and often comes and goes, so it may not reappear for some time... enough for you to get through the inspection before you decide to have the transmission diagnosed. The torque converter is a device mounted between the engine and transmission. This device transfers engine power to the trans. This code may indicate posssible failure to engage.

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2003 grand caravan error code po740 and po700 740 is torque solenoid. how do you replace


Hi there:P0700 means a indicative transmission malfunction, allways this code appears with other, in your case, P0740.
The P0740 code pertains to the TCC solinoid in the transmission, and often comes and goes, so it may not reappear for some time... enough for you to get through the inspection before you decide to have the transmission diagnosed. The torque converter is a device mounted between the engine and transmission. This device transfers engine power to the trans. This code may indicate posssible failure to engage.

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I have a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Gs non turbo that has a water outlet that has been pitted and needs replacing. I cannot find the outlet for the non-turbo. Any suggestions?


Your problem is most likely because you are describing your vehicle as a "Gs". The only similar listings in the catalog are for a "GSX". (The parts counter person probably has no clue that there is a difference) The GSX is only built in a turbo version, therefore you will not find a water outlet for the non-turbo version...it simply does not exist.

Now, if you simply describe it as an Eclipse, there are water outlets listed for the turbo 2.0L, the non-turbo 2.0L and the non-turbo 2.4L engines. You did not bother to mention engine size, so I will list the part numbers for BOTH of the non-turbo engines.

For the 2.4L engine: Compressor Works Part Number 815517

For the 2.0L engine: Compressor Works Part Number 815576

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Check engine light with code po740 and po700. What is the probable cause


P0700: Transmission Control Malfunction.

P0740 : Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction.

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PO740 is a chrystler specific code that involves your Tourqe Converter Clutch Circuit (specifically The TCC solenoid) this code if not repaired quickly could cause major transmission problems....slipping out of gear....not shifting from first to second properly and just all around trans problems...eventually leading to no shifting at all...I highly recommend fixing it soon.

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Best to have a transmission place work on this.
Here are the meaning of the codes:
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It maybe cheap to fix like a bad sensor. Or it maybe something serious going on. Best to have a transmission shop check it out.
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you can get all the required parts at either the local garage this will be second hand. you can get this at the mitsubishi service center or at  www.autozone.com

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Self diagnostic test codes


anytime you do the self-diagnostic you will almost always get those 2 codes.

12 - direct power input to the PCM has been disconnected within the last 50 key-on cycles

55 - End of error messages

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