Did they even do the scan? Problem got bad three summers ago so I replaced the e-box fan - no problem for a year and a half. I submitted a post here and got some decent advice including dont drive it one more inch. I still have a loan and need my car but hope its not a fortune to fix. Below is some information that has been put together to assist you in the diagnostic and fixing procedures in the event that you car has error code P0700. I cannot check the tranny fluid as there is no dipstick. I contacted a dealer in London Ontario that, with a little coaxing, filled me in on the local dealer. I had it checked today and am getting an error code of p0700.
Now engine cranks but wont start it previously started if I let it sit overnight. The tcm had no fluid in it and the electrical connector wasnt leaking either pic. As far as I can tell, it seems that there have been two common issues: Internal Damage or Debris Blockage. I drove it for some time like this until I got it to a Star equiped friend to clear and re-read the codes after some driving. Years ago, the automatic transmission was simply controlled hydraulically.
Bought it to tow my caravan with and since Jan have driven it 1400 miles in total. I had the transmission changed in my 1999 E320. The first thing you have to know about P0700 is that it is only an information code. Code is P0752 which comes up as shift solenoid A. Do I need a tuneup? However I am being stumped by these codes symptoms and various diagnoses.
What would your opinion be concerning this? I have not driven or 30 mph. Instead its goes to safety mode. Fired up engine and still no R D 1 2 or 4L 4H. As soon as I went drive it I noticed it would not come out of first gear and the tranny seemed to want to lurch Quote Originally Posted by t28pilot Thanks for the follow thru Witek M. The problem is caused by the variable cylinder management system switching on and off during light throttle conditions, at cruising speeds, or when driving on flat roads. That particular connector I was told has a washer on it.
P0700 if your catalytic convertor fails completely, you eventually won't be able to keep the car running. If this code is present, check for transaxle codes. Recently drove down the street and lost all gears. Barring lack of fluid or a restricted line, I would guess that you have an internal transmission problem, a blown clutch or valve body problem. The transmission may exhibit drivability problems like slipping, etc.
When I put it in reverse or drive it takes a couple seconds to kick in. Even sometimes when the cooling fans go on the truck Thanks for the suggestions guys. Will yor scanner allow transmission mod. Did you lose transmission fluid or pinch a cooler line or something like that? We might be able to rule out corrosion, because you found it clean. The p0700 code must be generic enough to reset too.
It shifts a bit rough between 2nd and 3rd gears. I have read that the first place to start is the fuel filter filter has regulator in it and then maybe the fuel pump. My wife drives the car and she was getting some hesitation as she drove on the highway. Also metal in the pan is not necessarily a diagnosis for a new transmission. Best of luck You will need jack stands a good jack a 6 mm male hex socket and a variety of wrenches and sockets. I refused until I knew a ball park of what the total to fix the vehicle was, so he said the guy who does the numbers will call or email me later when he got in, maybe in a day or two, never happened. I have p0700 and P0715 codes.
There has never been a check engine light on. Absent the fact that the harness is actually damaged what this means is that the electrical plug at the transmission is giving a false signal to the computer because it is possibly contaminated with trans. I started the vehicle let it warm up and went through the gears on the hoist with the brakes applied. I decided to work on its multitude of problems out of sheer boredom. But what if it turns out to be a 2001 E55 138k miles Full Transmission fluid exchange 15k miles ago including new connector plug. I also suggest you have a helper. YourMechanic offers certified mobile mechanics who will come to your home or office to diagnose and repair your vehicle.
Automatic transmissions can be notoriously finicky when it comes to identifying their faults. After picking the car up from my mechanic a couple weeks ago it sat in my garage at work until yesterday. No error codes from the reader. If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. Im having an issue with my 08 dodge avenger. I looked there on the car and do not see a spot to plug in. You should also check that the spark plug gap is set properly.