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Old 11-17-2011, 04:55 PM
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engine light on, transmission slips. checked with a hand held digital diagnostic tool. codes are po7030 gear 4 incorrect ratio and po7032 gear 2 incorrect ratio. also p1781, p1782, p1784 and po700. what do i do now?
 
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Sounds like you lost fluid pressure in the trans. Was there a code named "Loss Of Prime" Does it makes a whizzing noise while it slips?
 
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no code for loss of prime, it does make a whizzzing sound when it slips.
 
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what needs to be done if loss of prime?
 
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Old 11-21-2011, 06:05 PM
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code p0734 gear 4 incorrect ratio, p0732 gear 2 incorrect ratio, p1781 pressure switch circuit 0D, p1782 pressure switch circuit 2-4, p1784 pressure switch circuit LR, p0700 transmission control system MIL request.

what do i need to do with this problem ?
 
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If you don't get an answer here head over to DodgeForum.com or The Chrysler Minivan Fan Club . There are several tranny techs on the forums.
 
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Originally Posted by warmar70 View Post
no code for loss of prime, it does make a whizzzing sound when it slips.
The whizzing is usually indicative of torque converter malfunction from loss of fluid pressure. It means a rebuild....probably. First thing I would (that you can do yourself) is drop the pan and see if there is any metal in there. Then you will have no doubt.
 
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where do I check manually the oil pressure on a 3.3 engine in a 2000 Chrysler town & country?
 
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One assumes you've checked for loss of ATF fluid, i.e. correct on the dipstick under conditions as outlined?

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