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Transmission control module

I have a '97 chrys. concorde, just got a P0700 code which idicates,
transaxle control system fault. Transaxle control module has a fault.
Also the PCM detected an incorrect gear ratio condition in 3rd gear.
Can I replace this module easily, or does it take a tech to rebuild?

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