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2005 dodge neon codes p0731, p0700, p0573 and p0720

I have a 2005 dodge neon sxt 2.0engine and just recently start having problems now i just recently changed the transmission shift solenoid in the car and im thinin i had changed the wrong part now the codes i recieved from autozone diagnostic test are p0731,p0700,p0573,and p0720the speedometer shows dat when im going 40 it stays on like 0 and as far as the rpm's go it jummps from 1to 3 without me nowing and also it jers and is hard to pick up speed check engine light has been on for 2 weeks now and the car has not been driven since please help me with this issue concerning the neon what parts do i need to purchase

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The codes listed all point to the transmission being in bad shape or some wiring got crossed. Check with a trans shop for an estimate.

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