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2001 mitsubishi galant 2.4l p0135, p0705, p0715, p0720. Stuck in limp mode.

P0705 popped up after hard shift into reverse out of nowhere. Checked wiring and decided to replace the range sensor. Then needed to replace the shift cable (pain in the balls on this vehicle!!! lol). It's been in limp mode but has come up with the other codes for the range (still), 02 & speed sensors. Cleared the codes the next morning and only the p0705 comes back immediately. Is this wiring? The trans was fine until that first hard shift and it runs fine in limp. I'm not noticing anything that sounds out of the ordinary other than the lack of shifting. I'm a mechanic, but the shop I worked for closed down, thus resulting in losing my job and I have no place to work on this and have already done what I can in my driveway. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.

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Either fit a manual gearbox or change the control computer for the autobox,no work then do what i did and buy a old van and do kerbside mechanics better than nothing , i know when its raining and cold but at least you will earn a living and buy your spares from a autofactor and not a corner shop

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SOURCE: P0705 Transmission range sensor circuit

The sensor should be located where the shifter cable is attached to the trans. It will have a plug with several wires. Usually there will be a way to align it, like a hole with a pin when it should be in neutral.

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