The mechanic told me that this is very common with these transmissions. Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' P0776. Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit P0792. I've always had that though Any ideason if its serious or not? The engine speed changes are audible as well. This type of scan will necessitate a visit to a transmission shop or car dealership.
Seal everything up, and you are done. Shift Solenoid 'B' Performance or Stuck Off P0757. You may actually feel it engage, just like another shift point. Continuing to drive the vehicle with the transmission in fail safe or driving faster than the recommended fail safe speed will cause the transmission to overheat. The same Diagnostic Trouble Codes listed above apply. There is some small chance that will fix the problem. Clutch Switch In put Circuit Malfunction P0705.
Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Electrical P0744. When the torque converter does not lock up, additional heat is generated. Put the relays in a water tight box. Transmission Control System Electrical P0703. Put on new rotors and pads. This circuit has worked fine for me for two years now. You can fine some clips on YouTube.
Below is a diagram showing pin location and numbering. However, if you intend to keep this car and drive a lot of highways miles, it may be worth the expense to have it repaired. The Radio Shack relay has two sets of contacts. Shift Solenoid 'D' Stuck On P0768. Shift Solenoid 'A' Intermittent P0765. I was lucky that mine lasted until 60,000. If you choose to replace the solenoid yourself, the parts supplier you purchase the solenoid from will factor into your total repair.
The car drives normal, only thing I notice is the loud clunking going from P, to R, to N, to D, etc. Sure enough, when I got home after 2 miles, the front rotors were hot enough to burn you. That said, I do recommend you shop around a bit if you want to have the car repaired, as there is considerable variation in the approach to this repair. It will require cutting three wires. I took it to a different mechanic, and he said that the rotors were warped, surprise surprise.
Manual gives u possible solution to each code and repair and or replace. I took it to my local mechanic. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. Previously I had designed a circuit to disable lock up operation with solves the shudder problem. Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio P0733. Have the transmission for verification, pictures.
Thanks again for all the advice. We went on a long trip a few months later and the problem was back. Atleast it worked for me! How do I trouble shoot the issue? Van does not have any issues while driving. If so, disconnect the front brake line at the master cylinder. So, here's the skinny - I bought this van from a dealership. The brakes are indeed dragging. Shift Solenoid 'D' Intermittent P0770.
Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal P0794. I serviced the transmission every 25000 miles thereafter. The one youwant is on the left. You should have a good understanding of electronics to build this, or be really brave. But if you do, then replace the hoses at the same time. Pressure Control Solenoid 'C' P0796. Be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide… I own two Dodge caravans and know how the transmissions are with these vehicles.