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lets start with po562, this is a transmission code with low voltage reading at trans solenoids, for this code test your battery and alternator, the next code po700, this code is to tell you that there is a transmission code stored in the transmission module, which could be the po700. but sccanning the trans module may be a good idea to check for other codes, i assume at this point you are having transmission problems? as far as these codes i would check all fuses and connectors going to transaxle(transmission). you may have internal problems, as we know these chrysler transmissions are junk but you may have bad connection or bad wire to transaxle controller. last code po016 this code i would check first, i have worked on a few of these that had po016 which means crank and cam correlation . this means the crank and cam are not aligned meaning worn chain , these 2.7 engine... or cam gear spun. testing this ,you will need to know about car repair or you could damage the engine if it isnt already.
okay, 1998 voyager these are not obd2 codes, these are genric codes, you used ignition to get these . these codes are for older models that use codes like these 12 35. the newwer obd 2 use codes like po 013. i will try to see what i can find, also the engine size is important.
okay here we go, the first code is 12, this code means the battery was dead or dissconnected. the next code 35. this code means loss of prime, code # 11 means internal transmission failure. the code 55 means gear ratio error.
these codes would tell me that you have transmission problems. this may mean internal trans failure and a rebuild or replacement transmission is needed or shift pack needs replacing. anyhow i would have a shop check this out, these van are known for transmission problems. hope this is helpful good day
P0455 = Evap leak monitor large leak detected. This code usually means the gas cap may have been loose or needs the rubber gasket.
P0500 = No vehicle speed sensor signal. Vehicle speed sensor is located on the transmission near one of the axle shafts (it may need replacing).
P0700 = EATX controller DTC present. This simply means you have transmission related codes.
P0732 = Gear ratio error in 2nd gear. This code is of some concern, it means the transmission is slipping in 2nd gear. However the trans may be in limp mode due to the speed sensor code (limp mode means the trans starts out in second gear in order to at least get to a mechanic). The first thing I would do is have these codes cleared as there may be absolutely nothing wrong with the transmission (especially if you pull the trans dip stick and the fluid does not have a burnt smell. The vehicle should drive normally after that. If the check engine light comes back, have the codes scanned ASAP (before any other unrelated code sets). Chances are it may be the output speed sensor if this happens (easy fix). Hope this helps
Hi, the 0700 code is not explanatory, Code P0700 simply means that there is a code stored in the transmission control unit which sounds like you are in a limp mode. The first thing we need to do is get these codes. They will have to be read with a code reader or scan tool. Almost all parts stores will read codes for free. If you could have the codes read and come back and post them here I'll be able to tell you what to do to fix it.
Trouble Code-P0734 (A/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Fourth Gear)
Trouble Code Conditions: Vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph at more than 500 rpm, gear selector in 4th Gear in Drive, and the PCM detected too much difference in the engine speed and output shaft speed. Possible Causes:
Customer may complain of intermittent 4th gear operation
O/D and 2/4 pressures less than 75 psi
O/D or 2/4 clutch volume indexes out of specification
O/D accumulator seals are damaged
Transmission enters "limp in" mode running in 4th gear
Trouble Code-P0735 (A/T Gear Ratio Error Fourth Prime)
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). Possible Causes:
Related Gear Ratio trouble codes may be stored (note that some of these Gear Ratio trouble codes may be intermittent)
Transmission has internal problems or damage present
You have a transmission problem.Hope this helps, James Booth
It is very possible that the transmission is going out. Need a little more clarification on what the codes mean that are coming up.You can go to Autozone and they can bring up the codes, and then they will tell you what those codes mean. It doesnt cost anything and could possibly be a cheap, quick, and easy fix.
These codes mean 'incorrect gear ratio' referencing all four forward gears. Try to drain and flush the transaxle. Usually this means the computer can't shift the gear modulator and the line pressure is too low - either because the transaxle is low on fluid or the fluid is too weak to allow proper line pressure. Otherwise the PCM could be faulty - any other codes present?
It is possible that the emission problem that triggered the check engine light has something to do with the car not shifting into high gear. You need to have the honda scanned for codes to see what exactly is wrong, correct the problem, and see if the transmission issues clear up after the fix. Parts stores offer a free check of engine codes, and can explain what they mean and offer ideas on how to fix the problem. If after getting the codes you still have questions, post them here with the code #'s.