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700=TRANSMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM, NEED TO READ TRANSMISSION DTC's ON THE DRBIII(R) 732= TRANSMISSION.....POSSIBLE CAUSES----RELATED DTC'S PRESENT, TRANSMISSION SOLENOID/PRESSURE SWITCH ASSEMBLY, INTERNAL TRANSMISSION, INTERMITTENT GEAR RATIO ERRORS.. Hope this helps ??
This code stand for transmission fluid pressure switch manual valve position switch assembly malfunction. Kind of a long winded term for the switch that tells the computer what gear you want to be in. Often when I see this it means that the switch [not the transmission] is going bad. This switch is mounted on the valve body inside the transmission. Fairly easy to test but you do need to have some transmission experiance to do so. Good luck and hope this helps a bit.
Bank 1 sensor 2. Oxygen sensor heater control circuit high. You can try disconnecting at connector to sensor, clean connection good, disconnect battery for a minute or so & retry. If it comes back, I'd look at replacing heater solenoid.
It has an electical problem. You need to take it to the dealership if you want it diagnosed correctly. It will need to be in limp in, and don't turn the car off as this is clearing the code out of the computer. Leave it running, tell the service advisor your situation and not to turn it off till someone can hook the scan tool to it. This will give them the cause of limp in, and should be able to be resolved after.
0700 is a "transmission control system malfunction". The entire 0700 series of codes deals with transmission trouble codes in more detail so the 0700 won't tell you much unless one or more of the other codes also were set.
First and foremost, check the fluid! Second, check ALL the vacuum lines in the vehicle. Now as for the fuse... referencing the shop manual, I can not find a transmission related fuse. Did you try checking the trouble codes, if any?