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Re: code po700 problem
First thing, smell your fluid to see if it smells burned. The code po 700 is a trans. control problem code, which could be because of burned clutches, but I don't really think that's the case. The best way to tell if you have an internal trans problem is to drop the pan and see if there's a lot of debris in the pan. If there is a lot of junk in the pan, more than likely you'll have to have the trans. rebuilt. I would take it to a dealer and have them run a trans diagnostic on it. With their scan tool, they can check your clutch volumes, turn all your sensors off and on to tell you what your problem is. Hope this helps. Phil
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IT'S YOUR SHIFT SOLENOID LOCATED IN THE PAN UNDER FILTER WITH 2 WIRES GOING TO IT NEEDS REPLACED OR YOU WILL RUIN YOUR TRANSMISSION THE SOLENOID CODE IS PO755 YOUR PO700 IS WHAT MAKES YOUR LIGHT LUMINATE UNTIL PROBLEM IS RESOLVED
2000 caravan with codes p1782 and po700,this is transmission codes, i will tell you this, with out a good scan tool to check the problem correctly you will be just throwing money at it.
this may be due to a bad shift solenoid pack or wiring or internal transmission problems. sorry to say but these transmission are junk. I would have a transmission shop or dealer check it, maybe the dealer unless you know a good transmission shop that will not try to sell you a rebuilt ******.
PO700 is a code telling you there are codes in the TCM of some late model cars where the Transmission control module has lost connection to the PCM the vehicals main computer , And basically it happens when the TCM has a issue within itself or the transmission that sets a code and it sends a request for the PCM to illuminate the SES or CHECK engine light. 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.
code po700 is to tell the ecm and you there is a trans.problem and dtc set in trans.module. po755 is a trans. shift solenoid problem. check trans.fluid level when hot and color of fluid ,dark is not good,burnt smell not good .chrysler has a large trans.problem need to visit a trans. shop for repairs.hope this helps.
code po700 is what the pcm gets from the tcm when there is a problem with the transmission-anywhere from fluid level, sensor, solenoid, tcm problem, or mechanical problem.
the situation you have with the car being in 2nd gear is called "limp-in" mode. so you can limp-in to a repair center.
This is what my 04 Kia Rio is doing exactly. I was told that the TCM and Shift Solenoid "C" is faulty. Am trying to figure out how to go about fixing that without paying more than the car is worth. My tech checked with the local Kia dealership and the TCM new is I think around $700. You also have to buy the program to tell this high dollar part what to do and that is right at $100. I have found that sometimes if I let the car warm up and then keep hitting the overdrive button, eventually it starts shifting correctly.