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Noticed that my minivan was consuming too much fuel and tried listen to see if the transmission was selecting gears and I found out that it wasn't. I did the on/off stuff with the keys and these were the codes that showed, P0700, P048.0 and P063.3.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
(DTC) CODE # P0700....Transmission Control System (MIL Request)
Translation: Transmission Control Module (TCM) Malfunction or Failure.
P0700 Information Code
The Transaxle Control Module (TCM) monitors the malfunction of sensors and actuators relating to transaxle control. If any malfunction is detected, the TCM informs the PCM by sending a signal (P0700 code). P0700 means that a code has been set in the TCM.
This code is for information ONLY. If this code is present, check for transaxle codes.
P1776: Solenoid Switch Valve Latched in Low/Reverse Position. The TCM monitors the L/R solenoid to ensure that the fluid transfer happens. It uses a Pressure switch to verify this. Usually this code is set by a switch that is stuck or a solenoid that is not mechanically operating.
A transmission shop would be better suited for this type of work.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
I do not believe there is a fix by Chrysler. My van has 50000 and seems oil consumption is getting worse. It is either past the valve seals or the piston oil control ring. I believe Chrysler KNOWS ALL ABOUT THIS! If you google search this there are to many complaints! 1 quart every 3 thousand miles is not exceptable unless you are driving a model T!
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
the fuel pump is in the gas tank. you will have to remove the bolts that hold the straps in place, lower the tank a few inches as to easier access to the fuel lines and wiring harness. unhook all the wiring and the fuel lines and you will probably see hose clamps for the filler neck, after all things are unhooked the gas tank should come out, if you came this far you will probably be able to figure out how to remove the fuel pump, usually i will use a screwdriver and a hammer to turn the retaining ring or clip holding the pump in the tank..
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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