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LIMP MODE voyager will not upshift, getting code P0700 ( '99 3.8l )

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Transmission Control System Malfunction.It means you have a trans control problem in the trans computer.
You will need to get it on a trans capable scanner to see what the trans code or problem is. You should get it to either the dealer or a good transmission shop to the the trans capable scanner done to see the exact problem


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I sometimes remove a bettery terminal leave disconnected for a few minutes and this resets the computer and clears codes

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