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Old 06-11-2006, 07:18 PM
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I'm working on a 97 caravan with 3.3 engine. The trans was rebuilt within the last 6 months. It had a wiring problem(someone installed an alarm system was backfeeding thru the light switch) I disconnected the alarm. It shifts hard and at high RPM(4000) then feels like it stays in second. I got several codes TCI-PO700,PO734,PO733. Thoughts?

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Old 06-12-2006, 06:52 AM
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the 1st code is a generic trans fault code, the 733 and 734 codes r gear ratio error codes.
even though i dont think its related to the alarm, it may be possible., its time to take it to a trans shop and have them properly diagnose the problem.
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Have you tried disconnecting the battery for 15 seconds? It may be in limp in/ default mode. Try this first and retry.

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I have code reader on my laptop, and I can clean codes. But it returns to the problem after I clean them. It is in limp mode. I think its the solenoid pack.
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