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Po700 code check engine light is on and i had a rebuilt trans in december

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P0700 meands that the TCM (transmission control module) has sensed an electronic fault in the transmission controls and has commaned the Powertrain control module to turn the check engine light on to alert you of the problem, u must now have the TCM tested for the specific code that triggered the check engine light.
Bottom line if u have a warranty on the transmission take it back.

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