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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
P0700 codes are Transmission DTC's (Diagnostic Trouble Codes)...
The specific codes are Incorrect Gear Ratio codes. This problem could be caused by low transmission fluid, deteriorated transmission fluid, a shift solenoid malfunction, the transmissions line pressure, quite a few electrical problems, etc. First step would be to check the fluid level the correct way. The vehicle must be up to operating temperature, and the shifter must be in the Neutral position. Also look at the color of the fluid. If the fluid is no longer the right condition, (most of the time it is bright red) it will be brown, or darker looking. Also smell the fluid, it may smell burnt. If this is the case, the clutch may also be slipping. In conclusion, if the fluid is NOT the problem, you may need to have the transmission tested by a certified technician. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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DTC P0700 means Internal Transmission Controller. This means a fault in the Transmission Control Module (TCM) or an interruption in power. Check the connector on the transmission and make sure it is clean and tight. Also check to see if the terminals inside the connector are damaged.
For the P0731 - does the speedometer works? If yes, then its the output speed sensor. Since you already replaced it. Check the connections if it is intact.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2011
Could be that a sensor has failed.My suggestion would be have local shop scan it....Could be so many things.......
Posted on Aug 17, 2012
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Trouble Code Conditions:
Vehicle driven any forward Gear, and the TCM detected the ratio of the Input speed to the Output Speed did not match the current Gear Ratio (this test can take up to 5 minutes).
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