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Old 09-02-2013, 05:21 PM
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So I put my truck in 1 to see how fast I could go before tacking out then after that when I went to take off it was sluggish and the check engine light come on I deleted the code and it runs fine now so what happend
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Just a stab in the dark? But maybe fuel cut-off then into limp mode? Hence sluggish until ignition off/on reset? Just a guess.
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P0700 (in the ECM) means there is some other code set in the TCM (which is what actually caused your limp-in condition). You'd need to get that code in order to see what actually happened.

If it's running OK now, I wouldn't worry a whole lot about it. Maybe a momentary sensor problem or something. If you were in full limp-in (4th gear only), that was probably in response to some electrical issue (bad wiring connection somewhere, bad sensor reading, etc.).
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P0700 (in the ECM) means there is some other code set in the TCM (which is what actually caused your limp-in condition). You'd need to get that code in order to see what actually happened.

If it's running OK now, I wouldn't worry a whole lot about it. Maybe a momentary sensor problem or something. If you were in full limp-in (4th gear only), that was probably in response to some electrical issue (bad wiring connection somewhere, bad sensor reading, etc.).
Could it be my battery connectors they look pretty rough
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Yes, low battery voltage (or bad connections) could cause trans limp-in. In that case, you should find a P0562 (Battery Voltage Low) fault code in the TCM, I believe.
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