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Replaced transmission now have these codes present
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I agree, this is a lot of codes. I would tend to think this would be electrical, perhaps computer are a loose connection? These trannys I have rebuilt so far usually have a couple of codes related to the problem but not this many - all over the place.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Those three codes point to shift solenoid and/or clutch problems according to the Dodge Service Manual
Find someone with a Chrysler scanner and monitor the trans speed sensors, preferably the input one, make sure there is a rpm readings on both when you drive the vehicle, if ok, do a 2nd gear clutch test, if failed, internal clutch failure, if ok, replace the trans solenoid pack, it has an internal failure
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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P0430 is pretty much cut and dry...you need to replace your catalytic converter. It is the catalytic converter on the right (passenger) side of the engine.
P0700 - This is only an "Information" code. It is only a generic code that is set by the Engine Control Module when the Transmission Control Module sets a code. Basically, it is a code telling you there is a code. Fixing the other two transmission codes will make this code go away.
Diagnosing codes P0733 and P0734 requires a scanner that can read live transmission module data. It also requires a Transmission Simulator. (Miller tool #8333 and the Electronic Transmission Adapter Kit. or equivalent)
You will have to test your input shaft speed sensor and your output shaft speed sensor to verify the integrity of their respective signals. Once the signal integrity is verified, then the transmission must be operated under specific conditions to verify the presence of a gear ratio error.
Both of these codes are usually caused by internal transmission problems. Either leaking internal seals causing clutches to not hold properly or clutches that are just plain worn out. This will require a transmission overhaul to repair. Extreme temperatures and/or sticking shift solenoids can also cause these codes, which is why proper diagnosis should be performed.
If the transmission has been noticeably slipping, then the overhaul solution will most likely be the only option.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
P0455 = Evap leak monitor large leak detected.
This code usually means the gas cap may have been loose or needs the rubber gasket.
P0500 = No vehicle speed sensor signal.
Vehicle speed sensor is located on the transmission near one of the axle shafts (it may need replacing).
P0700 = EATX controller DTC present.
This simply means you have transmission related codes.
P0732 = Gear ratio error in 2nd gear.
This code is of some concern, it means the transmission is slipping in 2nd gear. However the trans may be in limp mode due to the speed sensor code (limp mode means the trans starts out in second gear in order to at least get to a mechanic). The first thing I would do is have these codes cleared as there may be absolutely nothing wrong with the transmission (especially if you pull the trans dip stick and the fluid does not have a burnt smell. The vehicle should drive normally after that. If the check engine light comes back, have the codes scanned ASAP (before any other unrelated code sets). Chances are it may be the output speed sensor if this happens (easy fix). Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
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