Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
For long time I have a problem after fill the gas tank (full) like shaking and sometimes turn it off. I don't if the problems is related or it's some else. I appreciate any help Worry-Momm
Transmission code P1776 - solenoid switch switch valve latched in Low-Reverse Position
Most of the time it is either a solenoid switch valve stuck(internal trans part), internal trans failure requiring overhaul, or PCM failure. As all these possibilities are expensive, have the proper testing done so that you get it repaired correctly the first time instead of guessing and wasting money on replacing a perfectly good part.
Problems don't seem related
Posted on Jul 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a reasonable assumption that the sensor in the tank is bad.The gauge in those are replaceable, try the dealer but first price them online, JC Whitney and LMC Truck and so on. I would try the tank first, it isn't the favorite job, but my bet is there.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
The problem is with the sensor inside the gas tank since the method of indication used is by passing an electric current & the resistance to that current is a measure of level of liquid in the tank , i.e.
the gauge consists of two parts:
However if this float gets stuck to the bottom of the tank or a leak fills up the float making it sink to the bottom of the tank, thus always indicating 'E' for empty.........................sodeep
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
p01776 is solenoid switch latched in low/reverse position.erase code and see if it comes back,if it does you will need to recondition the valve body or replace it
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
not so much a common problem as it is just! a problem go to a local salvage yard and buy a new filler neck and install it!! its really simple just take the 4-5 screws out of the top filler housing and take a hose clamp off the vent house underneath and then wiggle/pull REALLY!! hard outwards on the neck till it comes out of the tank
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 2WD
check the earths on the lights and the bulb wattage ,it should be 21watt ,but if its the weird funny system on a american car then who knows ,where the stop light is the indicator and it flashes red and cuts out ??
Posted on May 25, 2011
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