Dodge Grand Caravan Transmission Fix - Limp Mode & Error Code 0700
This video features a test of a 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan that shifts fine when the engine and transmission are cool, but goes into limp mode and shows a 0700 error code when the engine warms up. The first error code test did not read 0700 per this video: http://youtu.be/ZXSKiGqpjKc I solved my transmission issue for under $50 by replacing the automatic transmission filter with this AC Delco filter: http://bit.ly/Filter-Kit and also replacing the transmission fluid with Castrol ATF4 http://bit.ly/ATF4-Fluid
02 C230 Limp Mode Sloved!😃 Plus Key Damage
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TCM Error Codes P0700 P0731 Check Engine Light 2000 Chrysler Voyager OBD 2 w Webbie FHD vLog
third try, third time is a charm. so they say... (check the UPDATE) 06Sep10 SD Howzit? check engine light on 2000 Chrysler Voyager / Dodge Caravan / Grand OBD 2 TCM ECM Error Codes P0700 P0731 Transmission Speed Sensor fixed w Sony Webbie HD vLog. had a problem with check engine soon and service light stays on. by default from the factory, tranny goes into fail-safe mode. symptoms are tachometer going nutz, tranny stuck at 2nd gear, speedometer inop, tranny shifting funny, sucky gas mileage, etc. found out that it's caused by a faulty tranny output speed sensor module. anything is or going to happen is recorded in a memory of on-board computer in a series of error codes. need an OBD 2 scanner to read it and clear the memory of error messages. if not darn check engine light stays on, forever... until friend who is a mechanic help me to replace the faulty module. repaired for less than $20.00. rebuilt tranny for my Betsy is $1130 with core exchange. saved big bucks for now... check engine light is gone, too. woohoo! enjoy. ty ^^ :) SD 29Aug10 * UPDATE * after replacing the transmission OUTPUT speed sensor, the old transmission INPUT speed sensor committed suicide couple of days later. the shadow, old check engine light came back on.. so is the tranny fail-safe mode crap! so today, Labor Day, i went and bought the new transmission INPUT speed sensor ($20)and replaced it... adios, check engine light. I didn't use the OBD II scanner to clear the memory this time. just unhook the battery cable for the duration of the time to replace the INPUT sensor... lube the sensor with tranny fluid, make sure to use 26mm or 1" socket, and don't over tighten, it's plastic... me & my Betsy is happy once more and doing the Barbie... p.s. input sensor is about a foot left of the output sensor below two 1/2" tubes... ty ^^ :) SD updated 06Sep10 *update* my betsy died on Thanksgiving Day, 28Nov13. I was on the VA N81 and it was snowing very hard. she got a massive heart attack. I guess it reminded her of Germany in winter. tranny started to slip on 'D' so I put on 3rd gear. that didn't last long. betsy couldn't do anything but roll 5-10 mph. I've donated her to a charity and she will be towed on Tuesday 03Dec13 to her final resting place. betsy and I did the tour of duty in Germany from 2001 to 2004. we've hit the wind in GE, CZ, AUS, & IT. we had plenty of good times together pissing off Germans, Czechs, Austrians, and Italians on the autobahn as a newb-driving! LOL. RIP betsy! thanks. ty ^^ :) SD 01Dec13 updated 24Dec14 © 2014 two dogs production
How To Bypass Limp Mode in a Derby Car
THIS IS FOR A DERBY CAR APPLICATION. Not to be used on the road driving. Limp Mode is a safety system designed to protect the engine from being damaged during extremely hot temperatures. Once Limp Mode engages, the engine will only run at very low rpms and be barely able to move. More modern age derby cars are having this system built into it, so always research your engine before derbying it. By removing the sensor and placing it outside the engine, the computer will always think the engine temp is the same as outside air.