2004 dodge intrepid transmission

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by scoobyrogers, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    Can anyone help? After driving for awhile, then slowing down to turn
    the car doesn't shift back down to first gear. It is like it stays in
    overdrive or something, code is p0700 transmission moudle failure,
    after you stop and restart the car it is normal until you slow down
    again, does anyone know what causes this.
    scoobyrogers, Jan 27, 2008
  2. scoobyrogers

    maxpower Guest

    The proper way to fix this is first determine what fault codes are in the
    transmission control Module. More then likely the input speed sensor is
    causing the problem because you haven't mentioned the speedometer not
    working. If the speedometer wasn't working also then the output speed sensor
    was at fault.
    Either way if you are going to have one replaced......you may as well
    replace both of them. Around $100 for parts.

    Glenn Beasley
    Chrysler Tech
    maxpower, Jan 27, 2008
  3. scoobyrogers

    Bill Putney Guest

    Shoot - less than half that.

    Bill Putney
    (To reply by e-mail, replace the last letter of the alphabet in my
    address with the letter 'x')
    Bill Putney, Jan 27, 2008
  4. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    OK so i took it and got the fault codes p0731,gear 1 ratio
    incorrect,, p1776 solenoid valve stuck in l/r mil code 071ENHANCED,
    and p0562 system voltage low and the last one isp0841 trans fluid
    press sensor/switch A ckt range/perf
    thanks any help you can give
    scoobyrogers, Jan 28, 2008
  5. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    codes are p0841,,p0731,, p0562,, p1176
    scoobyrogers, Jan 28, 2008
  6. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    also it is a 2002 not 2004
    scoobyrogers, Jan 28, 2008
  7. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    also it is a 2002 not a 2004
    scoobyrogers, Jan 28, 2008
  8. Sounds like the valve body is crapped up. How often have you been
    changing the transmission fluid and what kind of fluid are you using?

    Ted Mittelstaedt, Jan 28, 2008
  9. scoobyrogers

    scoobyrogers Guest

    i bought this car used and i'm not sure how they often they changed
    the transmission fluid or what kind is in there. when i bought it i
    drove it for about 200 miles and the engine light came on , so they
    must have reset the battery or something to get the engine light to go
    off, before i bought it.
    scoobyrogers, Jan 29, 2008
  10. How much of the work can or do you want to do on this?

    If this was my vehicle (keep in mind here I have a scantool that
    will read transmission codes) I would do the following:

    "Ultradrive (41TE) transmission fluid flush" located here:


    although I would use ATF+4 in your model.

    also, read the following:


    I would ALSO pull all electrical connections to the transmission
    one at a time and give them a good spraying and scrubbing with
    contact cleaner (available at an electronics distributor) immediately
    followed by a good soakdown of WD-40 which will drive out any
    water and remaining contact cleaner. Don't forget the grounds as well
    as the connection on the transmission computer itself.

    With a big slice of luck, you may possibly see the problem disappear
    a week or so after flushing. If it does not, well you can get a rebuilt
    selonoid pack for about $120. If that doesen't fix it, it's then teardown
    time - you got something jammed up inside the transmission.

    Note that you can take it to a place that will hook up a pump
    to the transmission lines and "pressure flush" the transmission.
    It will do the same thing as above, just faster.

    Ted Mittelstaedt, Jan 29, 2008
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