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How do I reset transaxle lockout on my 2005 kia optima

P0700 is the code you get from the Engine Control Module which sets when there is a transmission problem. The transmission control module will give a more detailed description of the problem to fix.

Feb 16, 2015 | 2005 Kia Optima LX

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2003 Grand Cherokee laredo with p1762 trouble code. Found that transmission fuild was down over 2 qts. Added fuild, then reset the code. Code went away. Should I still have mechanic check this?

you have sorted the problem, the fault code that you had is caused by low transmission fluid. BUT.....
you still have to check the transmission for leak, to find out why the fluid went down that much
Good luck

Feb 16, 2014 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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I have E code on my original transmission on my lincoln LS 3.9 car. I changed my transmission two times and still have the E code.

the valve body of your transmission is still calling for a rebuild or a new transmission ...have autozone read your codes free and see if they can reset the vehicles codes if the car is running fine

Oct 27, 2013 | 2001 Lincoln LS

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Reset transmission

It could be the Powertrain control module (PCM) if you have an automatic transmission or the synchro if it's a manual one, in that case you would probably hear a grinding noise when shifting. As for the reset button, I did not hear of a such thing but you could try reading the code using a code scanner (I think you'll need the OBD2 connector one) and reset it. Check the sensor connectors on the trans for any looseness. Make sure you have enough oil in there as well, automatic trans work with hydraulic pressure....not enough hydraulic pressure mean no gear shifting. Hope I helped!

Best regards, Sam

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P0471 code

You can have your transaxle rebuilt for $2000.00 or less
no need to be at a dealer

Oct 12, 2012 | 2007 Toyota Corolla

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Daewoo lagonza computer wont clear codes to reset the mil

If the code will not clear then there is a problem, we call this a hard fault and it turns the light back on and reset the code as sun as you start the engine up or in some cases turn the key to run.
P1700 - Transmission Indeterminate Failure (Failed to Neutral) You will need a ****** shop to look into this as the code can mean many different things.

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Transmision get in Limbo home mod, hove can i reset the computer self?

You can erase the code but there is no point to that.
The transmission has a problem and that code is the key. If you erase the code it will come back and go into that Mode within a few miles.
I recommend taking the vehicle to a transmission repair shop .

May 17, 2010 | 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager

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Transmission malfunction error

You will prob have to take it to a ford dealer and have them reset the trans comp. Sometimes the trans comp is set with a specific vin or serial num for the tranny and will need to be reset to read the new one.

Jul 03, 2009 | 2006 Ford F-150

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Check engine light is on because of the transmission

If you suspect that your transmission is to blame because of a trouble code, it could be a small problem that has snowballed. My Olds was throwing me the same code. I reset the codes with a code reader, then manually reset the computer by disconnecting the battery.Then after codes first started coming back up, I used the code reader again and found it was the air intake temperature sensor ($15 part) on the air-box. Problem has not re-occurred.

Apr 25, 2009 | 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora

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I have a 1990 Acura Legend. The transmission seems like its slipping. The car will drive for about 5 minutes and then when i step on the gas the car wont drive anymore. I have to pull the car over and...

I am very excited because I have the same problem and thought it was transmission but went to my mechanic today and he found that some computers were giving codes on my car. One computer module is under Right Passenger seat, turn key on but do not start car and read how many times that light flashes, then ask mechanice to tell you what the code means. In my case what is causing the tranny to slip is the need for a new speed sensor control module. So, you may just need one of those too instead of a new tranny. !!!! Since my Legend was flashing a code 15, my mechanic pulled the fuse that you are supposed to pull when this 15 code comes up and hold it out of fuel box for 10 seconds and then put it back in. This reset the computer and then it showed no code, (no flashing light.) He told me to drive it for awhile and then check again to see if a code was flashing. If nothing flashes then you are OK. If it does flash, count number of times it flashes and tell the mechanic. If the light flashes, it means it is a "code". If it flashes 15 times it is a speed control sensor messing up the transmission capability and just needs the speed control sensor replaced!!
He also checked a computer under the rug of the passenger side dashboard under the glove box. It was flashing a 2, (2X). He pulled the fuse that corresponds to that and held it out for 10 seconds to reset it, and now it does not flash, ie shows no code, so that is fine. But check those 2 computers on your Acura to see if it is giving you flashing light in either of them, and if so, count how many times it flashes, and then you will know if it is really the transmission.

My car runs a HECK of a lot better now that he reset the codes. I think something got "off" when my alternator was replaced and they had to be reset.

I am thrilled I won't have to replace transmission!!

Jul 26, 2008 | 1990 Acura Legend

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