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To look up hundreds of diagnostic codes go to WWW.EDGEPRODUCTS.COM PO480 - Cooling Fan1 Cntrl Circ open. PO685 - ECM/PCM Power relay cntrl circ open. PO794 - Intermediate shaft speed sensor A Circ Interm. Codes that begin with P are Powertrain issues. B= Body, C= Chassis. Transmission issues begin PO and start at 700. I hope this helps you figure it out.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 dodge ram code po 700
The Manual Shift "WORKING" is a Good Sign , In Older Models this would Point to Vacuum Modulator Let Me Do Some Diggin and Maybe Come Up with A Sureshot Hit on EXACTLY what it is Im sure its Relased to A Electronic Modulation od TCM
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
I have a 2004 dodge ram 1500 with the same problem, vibrating blow fan when on high, pulled the blower fan out and found a piece of the hinge from the recirculation door and felt the recirculation door sitting up on the vent of its hinge. Crappy engineering once again.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
You have a problem with the ETC throttle body motor. Have a buddy with the key on engine off press the gas pedal. Observe the trottle plate for erratic movement. iif so replace the throttle body. U will have to learn the new trottle body once you replace it. If you need more help visit techauthority.com it has all kind of stuff for mopar applications. hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
dodge want $800 to$1000 for doing this and I can see why.You have to raise or remove the whole dash recover you a/c freon ,disconect your a/c lines and heater hoses remove your heater box and put on a work bench remove the top and remove heater core,now next the last one I did the new heater core will not fit you have to modify the box so your new heater core will fit,put it all back together and fill with coolant and charge a/c, man I got tirered just typing this much less doing it, I hope this helps
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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