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Old 17 Jun 2010, 10:39 am
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Angry Auto transmision problems

Before I ask for help about my problem I would first like to thank CREWZIN for all they help he has provided to my questions in the past and I would like to show my appreaciation to him.

My engine light has come on,

The following codes come up how evber I have been erasing the codes to see if they come back on and they do.

Codes i get are P0700, P0700p, P0715

These are causing the limp mode to set in but reset it by turning the engine on and off.

I also once saw a P0733 code appear but cleared it

Am i right in assuming its the input sensor making these codes appear and throwing a p0733 incorrect third gear ratio in?

I have also noticed when parked still and i move the gear leaver into say reverse i get a slight shudder as it goes into reverse then if i put it in drive i get a small jolt/judder in the car?

Any ideas? does it sound like its the input/output speed sensors?

Just a quick note to say that the car seems to drive fine when its not forced into limp mode

Last edited by swordfish; 17 Jun 2010 at 10:43 am.
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