output sepped sensor and coolant lines -- now im getting codes po732 p1790 po731 do i need to replace transmission
i already replaced output sepped sensor and coolant lines -- now im getting codes po732 p1790 po731 do i need a new transmission
0731 gear ratio error in 1st p0732 gear ratio error in 2nd p1790 fault after shift It's probably not your trans Read this at ~~~http://www.automotiveforums.com/t196775-everyone_with_transmission_problems__a_chrysler_secret____read_this__.html ~~ 1-800-866-6727 then press 1 then press 4 to speak with Miguell... M-F 8am-5pm eastern time... he will tell you... this guy talks...! the guy tells me a little secret that Chrysler has... on ALL a604 transmissions... there is a splice point... to make these transmission work properly... that splices together a red wire from the Solenoid Pack, a red wire from the TCM/EATX, and a wire from where the EATX Relay is plugged in... The TSB Addendum was sent out to the production line... Because they where having the Same problem... Right from the Get Go... they spliced the three wires together, capping off the remaining wire... and electrical taped the wires together and pushed them into the wire loom... clean the spliced wires, and reconnect them... check the Ground Strap to the transmission... . Always ask the person that is hooking a scan tool up to your computer, to check your CVI...! the Clutch Volume Index runs from the 70's on upward as they wear... if One gear is bad... the Volume Index will shoot right up near 100 or so...
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