05 dodge neon havin trans problem

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Asked by Jul 13, 2014 at 05:49 PM about the 2005 Dodge Neon 4 Dr SXT Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The speedometer started fluctuating, so i
went to get it diagnosed & it threw two
codes: p0700 (transaxle malfunction) &
p0720 (output speed sensor). I replaced the
sensor & it was fine for a few hours. Now
the speedometer is still fluctuating & it
won't shift out of 1st. I was driving at 30-
35mph & it was revving @ 4500-5000 rpms.
It wouldn't shift out of that gear. The sensor
is new. So do I need to replace the TCM
entirely?  Or a new tranny?  Or a shift
solenoid?  But if that was it, wouldn't it
throw a code for that as well?

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ma mans suggests theres something wrong familam

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Wat kind of answer is that? Clearly, otherwise I wouldn't be on here asking.

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ma mans suggests you should get your dollar out and fix it bled

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Wow. Thanks so much 4 all ur help

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