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Re: 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
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You have two sensors on the drivers side of your transmission. INPUT sensor and OUTPUT sensor. I believe the one you need is the INPUT sensor. Your check engine light should be on. If you can get it scanned your trucks computer will tell you what the problem is. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
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
ummm i would say you need to adjust your trans shift cable, check your fluid level, and the problem i had with my dodge was similar to yours... it was my 3rd-4th actuator spring, it had broke and couldnt hold the pressure to keep it in gear