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P0700 and P1710 on transmission ?? on Legacy 3.0 R 2004 what is the sensor concerned ?

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I have a 2003 chyrsler 300m it went in limp mode codes p0700. P0340 p0344 p0430 p0888 came up cleared the codes and now it knocks.


clearing codes wont correct the problem and limp mode is designed to protect motor and transmission - p0700 is a transmission problem
P0700 Transmission Control System Malfunction p0340 is camshaft position sensor malfunction
https://www.obd-codes.com/p0340 p0344 is also a camshaft position sensor circuit problem
P0344 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Intermittent your p430 is a cat converter problem
https://www.obd-codes.com/p0430 and p0888 is transmission relay problem these reasons are limp mode the knock can be fuel not burning correctly or a lower engine knock can mean you damaged a piston

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P0876, p0700, p0731, p0841


p0841 transmission fluid pressure sensor/switch "A" circuit range/ performance. p0876 transmission fluid pressure sensor/switch "D"circuit range performance. p0700 transmission control system malfunction. p0731 gear 1 incorrect ratio.

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Codes 700,562 on 02 dodge intrepid


P0700 Transmission malfunction, P0562 A/C pressure low,The 700 is a concern first and most of all but it did not pin point exactly,If anything a "A" code suspended the true transmission code,So somewhere in the mix is a missing code,clear the code, do a 2 trip run P0700 will come up with a exact code like is it a incorrect gear ratio,or input sensor or output sensor ,as for low A/C leave that alone for now.Because you are a Chrylser how is the fluid when you check it idle in park at operating temperature is it discolored do you have the wrong fluid is it foamy,

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What is causing my car to say transsmisson control problem


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2006 tribeca subaru b9 p0700 and p1844 code pops up when I plug in the diagnostics unit. what do they mean?


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code P0700 transmission control system

code P1844 transmission fluid pressure sensor.

most likely cause is a bad transmission fluid pressure sensor this sensor will set both codes. have someone with a scanner rad the info from the sensor it is most likely open or shorted...best guess replace the sensor.

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P0700 am I able to fix this myself?


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HI, this will need the attention of a skilled transmission tech. the TCM(transmission control module/PCM) is signaling an issue that is a major concern. A diagnostic scan is needed at this time.

The most common issue will be a fault wiring harness but, this could also be an issue that concerns the speed sensor connections as well.

NOTE: Low fluid level can be the cause of many transmission problems. If the fluid level is low locate and repair the leak then check and adjust the fluid level per the Service Information

This repair will cost around 1500 or so. the PCM , if damaged, is a dealer part.(must be ordered and installed by the dealer)

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