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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
p0700 indicates you have trans fault present..p1776 is a trans fault which means solenoid switch valve is latched in low/reverse position..solenoid switch valve is located in valve body of transmission,but for 2001-2004 LH vehicles you need transmission event data read to find out what TRS position the fault set..recommend chrysler dealer for this fault..also build code on solenoid pack in trans must be checked..if in a certain build code range,you replace solenoid pack..not the valve body..valve body must be removed to check build code on solenoid pack..i have seen this problem before..i am a dealer technician, and had one of these fault codes last week and solenoid pack was the problem..solenoid pack is about 375 dollars..total time with diagnostics was about 3 hours..
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Hi I'm litoshop these problems your having are from the transmission p0700 is the transaxle control and the 1776 is the solenoid latching back you have to go into data and test drive with scanner on data and see which is the solenoid is really making the problem good luck if this information has been useful please let us know thank you
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
I recommend changing your transmission fluid to see if that helps solve the issue....
Otherwise, you may have to change the solenoid pack as the screen filter in it will clog, and stick the solenoids.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
ok means that you dont have spark plug explotion on 1 or more cylinders and that means miss fire.
Disconnect the battery like 20 or 30 min and then connect the battery again and start the car, then drive and scan again, if you have same code you can do this:
1. take off your O2 sensor and test check if there is wrong change it because maybe that is the problem of all!
2. take off your spark plugs and put new ones.
if not work... do this.
reset your ecu (like I say before)
take your ignition coil #6 and change the place with another one on the same head side.
assambly and go to test if the DTC change like hummm example: Ignition coil #4 then or any other, then you know that the problem is your ignition coil.
if not work this... do this..
take off your ignition coil from the spark plug but still plug to the harnes (the ignition that is failing) and then take the ignition coil closer to Ground (another metal) and then start the car you need to see how the elctricity (not know how to say) "energy" jumps from the coil to the graund many times
if not are any energy jump you need to do this...
check the harnes like maybe that is the problem the question here is do you have voltage in the harness?
hope this help you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
P0700 code is a generic code for Transmission Control System Malfunction
P1776 code means your solenoid switch valve is stuck in low reverse. (DTC 47) A stuck solenoid switch valve is a common occurrence in the valve body of the Dodge 41te transmission.
The first step would be to check the wiring to the solenoid from the TCM, then maybe try a new solenoid pack if the wiring is determined to be fine.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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