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It's the Pressure Control Solenoid and if you get that code erased it should shift again.
At a stand still it reduces pressure you don't have to replace it just erase the code.
You may see a drop little in mpg
Hope it helps
The po406 is an egr code which is common for a bad egr valve, but check your wiring and check for plugged port or carbon lodged in valve, as far as the p1561 this is not a good code, this must of been gotten with a genric scan tool, i would fix the po406 and then reset the computer readiness monitors and drive it and go from there. hope this helps, good luck
I have a Mercedes 416Cdi (Same Vehicle) You can get the radio code from your Dodge dealer, Take your Vin Number or Title to them and they'll check the system on file.
That is of course if it is the original fitted Radio.
Over here in U.K. there are people who can plug the radio into a P.c. and retrieve the code at a cost.