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Old 01-12-2011, 01:09 AM
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Threw codes about a week ago, only happened twice before when cold. Everything I read about p0700 sai to try a flush and new filter and reset the truck, (pull battery cables and body ground with key on). Worked at first and then eventually the code came back as soon as I put it into drive. What's it's physically doing is staying in 3rd, regardless of speed. I can put it in 2nd but shifts hard. So took it to aamco since they do tranny readings free. They said it's a solenoid, wiring, or PCM. Options given: replace solenoids $600 because supposedly you have to change them all at once? Not sure being my first dodge, also may not fix problem if wiring or PCM. Or at $85 an hour test electrical which usually takes two hours they said. Went home and went through paperwork knowing I knew I had bought an extended warranty, sure enough I did. Valid until 2014 or 95k miles, currently have 66k miles. New code after leaving aamco is p0750 verifying it is the solenoid but is it the wiring? PCM? Or solenoid? Going to dealership sometime this week to have fixed, has anyone had this issue though?
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P0700 is an informational code only and it's meant to alert you that codes are stored in the transmission part of the PCM. What Aamco told you is correct - the solenoids are all built into one unit. Chances are it's the solenoid pack but wiring and the PCM are still possibilities.
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Thanks, just wanted to be sure for when I take her to the dealership
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New symptom, somehwere around the driver side of the transmission there's a buzzing noise, sounds like a high electricity buzz. Thinking it's the solenoids?
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Mine has code po700 and p2706 which is the transmission solenoid pack you can get the solenoid pack for $327 it's very easy to change pull the pan off and take out the filter and valve body and there it is i got a quote from a tranny shop to do it for $779 and they were going to charge me almost $500 for the solenoid pack..this should save you money if you do it
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