Question about 1999 Dodge Avenger
Ok, after both speed sensors, tcm, and solenoid pack. you can drive a few miles and the engine light will come on and it goes into limp mode. You can pull the battery cable and replace and it will shift fine for a few miles then back to limp mode. I scanned it today and I am getting a P0700 code.....transmission fault. What do I try now. This is becoming too expensive!!!
Best thing to try and thats to fit a manual gearbox,You will need the dealer diagnostic software on this car to find the fault which could anything and everything from the computer to a wiring block connection with dirty connections
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 17, 2008
Is the vehicle's Check Engine Light on? It should briefly light up when you turn the key on (before you start the engine) to show that the light is working correctly. Based on what I've read I believe you should have one or more trouble codes. A place like AutoZone will read the trouble codes for you for free, and you can look them up here - http://www.engine-light-help.com/generic-check-engine-light-codes.html
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 1999 Dodge
As per the code the PCM is faulty.The connection between TCM to PCM has to be checked.
But as you mentioned the shift problems and lean mode.This is indication of faulty solenoid pack.the solenoid for the trans A6O6 model is in the trans and you must pull valve body to replace it.Check the readings look at the pressure's if pressure readings are good then solenoid pack gone if the readings are low then its tcm fault.As tcm is replaced so pcm has to be checked and replaced.I suggest get the solenoid pack replaced,as per the fault mentioned,its indicating solenoid pack not functioning.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
This must be your lucky day, to get an answer back this quick. I am dannydoesita, and I just finished fixing the same problem in my 2002 Chrysler Concorde. The problems are the same for all 42Le a606 transmissions. I will take you trough this repair step by step, but I don't know your capabilities or your desire in tackling this project.
1- Turn ignition on off on off on
2- Codes will come up on your odometer, you can also use a scanner tool if you have one
3- You may have a number of different codes, I had p0700, p0731, p0841,p1776.
4- If you have p1776, then the problem is with your solenoid pack
5- If you wish to go farther I will be able to help you mechanically as well as financially.
6- I will guide you step by step through the take apart process and reassembly
Check everything to this point and get back to me. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
Change your speedometer sensors, one might be bad, but change both to be sure, then reset computer. To get transmission out of safe mode. Check and be sure your transmission fluid is ok while car is running and on flat ground. If low be sure to use right fluid, wrong fluid can cost you a transmission
Posted on Oct 08, 2012
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