Question about Chevrolet C2500
P0700 juist means that the transmission has had a fault occur and the then a fault code was set for that fault, the P1711 is the actual fault. Read about this fault code at the link, there is a bulletin on this for the faults.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
see my comments, not 100% sure that it was the out put speed censor or not, but after reconnecting the wires to a new censor and reconnecting the battery and clearing codes it worked. connection was not clipped may have been loose
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
I agree, this is a lot of codes. I would tend to think this would be electrical, perhaps computer are a loose connection? These trannys I have rebuilt so far usually have a couple of codes related to the problem but not this many - all over the place.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
yes change fluid. if that dosnt work buy new shift solinoids. and replace them. also check all the wiring from transmission to pcm and from conector to solinoids when u take the pan off. just disconect the solinoids. and use a digital multimeter innva brand put it on continuity and touch wire after wire till it beeps indicating wiring is touching . some will beep because thay are still conected and would have to remove transmission to disconect them. i just had this exact problem on my 94 sls . i replaced solinoid a-b and did a fluid change and checked the conections going to the transmission. and it runns good now
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Volvo P0700
OK allot of people don't under stand transmission because they think a transmission is complicated.
When the fluid is cold it is thick and can't move as fast and can't build pressure as fast as hot transmission fluid. There are small 1/16 holes in the Valve Body that the fluid has to pass through and Valve that get ***** out from allot of use. When a valve ware and fluid can go through the space that it couldn't before when it was new and the differences of hot and cold fluid makes a big differences. The fluid can move passed the valve and into the accumulators that operate the shift mechanism. So that why it shifts good when it's cold and hard when it's hot. Might be a sticky valve or shift solenoid or just need rebuilt. In the past if i had trouble like this and had to rebuild the transmission before i did that i would put a can of thick STP motor oil Treatment in the transmission because it thickens up the transmission fluid and make my car shift like new. Its not going to hurt nothing it mixes well with the transmission oil.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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