Check engine light

Asked by May 09, 2013 at 05:27 AM about the 2004 Dodge Stratus R/T Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My check engine light came on today I went to the auto parts store had checked out
was told code P207 they checked my trans fluid low  but car is still having difficulty
going into drive . Omg I can't afford a transmission please help

1 Answer

sadly the Pxxxx should be a four digit code....yours is impossible, because no one has this three digit code....is not P0207...injector number seven? just not adding up with this~.....you are loosing transmission fluid...suspect the flexible connectors going to the radiator/tranny cooler are probably dripping enough to make it so there ain't no fluid...even seeing a "full" indicator on the dipstick does not mean that it is full as there is nearly a gallon or more inside the torque converter too---fix the leaker, you'll find it at one of the rigid fittings coming out of the transmission or at the flexible couplers to the transmission....can't find it, put a large piece of cardboard under the car all night long and look at the cardboard will tell you where's it dripping from~

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