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My sister's Caravan is having the same problem

SHe has 5 failuers from the error codes:
PO888 TCM, PO605PCM memory, po500 Vehicle SPeed sensor, PO1698 - ECM not communicating with I/P module, PO700 Transmission control system malfunctioning

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I have a 2002 dodge caravan drove fine yesterday morning then tried to go back out and acts like it is stuck in 2nd gear and wont shift but will go in reverse just no other forward gears

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Can you help what does a po1698 code mean


I think this is a transmission code meaning the trans is not talking with the TCM. Does your speedo work? If no, could be a trans output speed sensor at fault, or bad connection.

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My engine light is on, my speedometer sometimes works and sometimes doesn't register, some times it bounces back and forth.


code p 500 refers to vehicle speed sensor (VSS) --circuit malfunction====causes ---wiring---VSS sensor---ECM
the engine light reports serious faults with both the engine and the transmission
I would go to an accredited auto transmission shop and have the VSS replaced or checked
The VSS drives the speedo, cruise control,gear changes ( reports to the transmission control module (TCM)

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What is code PO888 on 2003 dodge caravan


Code PO888 on Dodge relates to Transmission
You need to check & replace the TCM Power Relay Sense Circ
for the problem.

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PO500 vehicle speed sensor 2004 toyota sienna


VSS is in with the TCM in the transmission. If you have tyre pressure senders then the light is telling you of a malfunction in that area . ABS will not operate unless a wheel stops under brakes and then only that wheel receives attention from the ABS unit. So if you are on a hard surface road and braking normally there will be no ABS action at all. Under heavy brakes when the wheels start to skid you will feel a pulsation in the brake pedal and that is the indication that the ABS is working. You will in affect (when the ABS is working) take a greater distance to stop than normally expected.

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PO888 and PO700


You sure it is P0888 I could not find definition for that recheck it.

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PO888 and PO700 code


In the causes for po888 the main reason is sensor circuit malfunction with the wiring poor connection being listed. Check that the wiring connectors are free of moisture and that the pins are clean and tight. code p0700 is straight out TCM problem so again I would be carefully inspecting the wiring and connections at both ends

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P0500 Vehicle Speed Sensor

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My dodge caravan 3.3L shows 5 malfunction codes what do they mean po455 po846 po500 po700 po732


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

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I have a nissan altima 05 3.5L engine service light just came on and my scanner read these codes P0722 and p0717 p0462 and p0500 are these things i can fix on my own?


CODE PO462 FUEL TANK LEVEL SENSOR VOLTAGE LOW. CODE PO717 TURBINE SHAFT SPEED SPEED SENSOR NO SIGNAL. CODE PO722 OUTPUT SHAFT SPEED SENSOR NO SIGNAL. CODE PO500 VECHICLE SPEED SENSOR CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION. SOUND LIKE YOU HAVE TCM ECM PROBLEMS GETTING TOO MANY CODES. COULD HAVE LOOSE GROUND WIRE TO THE TCM AND ECM.

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