Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
Van has 68k mi (3.3 V6) Last week the engine light came on - Auto Zone rep said the code was P0700 (transaxle control module fault) He suggested that I get the trans filter/fluid changed and reset the code.
I did that but the engine light came on again after two days of driving.(I am still not noticing any obvious problem with the trans shifting) I brought it to the dealer yesterday. They said the fault code was P0740, they said the fluid level was ok and no leaks, clutch test was ok, but the torque converter test failed. They want to pull out the trans for further "damage inspection" (repair est $2,000) Any suggestions? Go for 2nd opinion? Will I cause additional damage by driving with a faulty torque converter? I would appreciate any advice.
If your torque converter is starting to come apart it could cause severe damage to the rest of the transmission. If it is affordable I would try a second opinion though.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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