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Old 23 Jun 2004, 06:04 pm
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ENGINE LIGHT ON! LOST OWNERS MANUEL 2001 PT. SHOWING A 10 OR 11 WHEN YOU RUN CODE. ?????????????????
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Old 23 Jun 2004, 06:22 pm
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Sherri,

I have a list of all the codes and and they all have 4 numbers starting with a "P". Example: P0030, P0201 etc. There is no 10 or 11.[:I]
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Old 24 Jun 2004, 06:41 pm
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How about a code P0700????
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Old 24 Jun 2004, 06:53 pm
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P0700 = Transaxle control system malfunction


Now I know what your next question is...BUT, I said I have the codes, not what the heck they mean. Are you still under warranty [:I]
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Old 24 Jun 2004, 07:01 pm
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Do you think it is a sensor or the EEC????? No
warranty [xx(]
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Old 24 Jun 2004, 07:47 pm
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Sherri, can't help you but just for your info (print it out & put in glove box) see this link
http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...rchTerms=codes
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Old 24 Jun 2004, 08:05 pm
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Thank you vey much you are a lifesaver. I think it is a Solenoid, but
now I have to figure out which one. Thanks
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Old 27 Jun 2004, 10:27 pm
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P0700 only means there are transmission control module codes to be read with a scanner.

The TCM codes will explain more of the fault information.

The TCM cannot trigger the light, only emmisions related faults can trigger the light. So,.... they program a generic code to tell the PCM that there is a fault.
P0700 is the TCM code for the PCM.
You may have one or many TCM codes to be read.
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