Question about 2002 Dodge Neon
When first started is in limp mode. After I drive for a while I stop at a store or side of road wait ten minutes start it and limp mode is gone. Before this happened I had run seriously low on Tranny fluid so I replenished fluid. Error Codes P0700 and P0605 show up, but don't want to buy parts if I don't have to. Maybe a glitch? or a bad connection in a wire somewhere?
My 2 experiences with limp mode was on a 93' Chevy. 1 time was the ecm, but it didn't reset until I replaced the ecm. The other time was the main electrical plug that comes from the ecm. The largest electrical plug on the trans. I unplugged it and there was trans fluid inside the plug on the 16 pins that connect the external wire Barnes to the internal wire harness of the trans. This required a new harness inside of the trans and replacing the external harness near the trans. Not an easy fix and may not be your issue, but this issue would "come and go". Fluid would short out the communication at the pins.
Posted on Aug 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was told to change my Transmission Control Module,located on the transmission . You can get it new for under $200 but, I was advised to get it from a junk yard it's alot cheaper and its easier. I hope this helps
Posted on May 07, 2009
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