The clutches are engaged using hydraulic pressure. The input shaft from the engine to the transmission runs the hydraulic pump which causes EVERYTHING to happen inside the transmission. A section of the transmission called the valve body is responsible for routing pressurized oil to engage the different clutches. Any point that results in low hydraulic pressure will cause the clutches to slip or fail to completely engage. Low hydraulic pressure can be caused by: low fluid level, a worn hydraulic pump, leaking seals in the valve body or even a partially blocked Transmission Fluid filter. Unfortunately, a blocked filter usually means clutch debris has built up to block the filter which causes the clutches to wear rapidly. Bottom line, once your transmission reaches the point you describe, it's probably done. If it's caused by anything other than low fluid, you need to either rebuild or replace the transmission. Even if it's low fluid the transmission could be permanantly damaged. I wish I could offer better future.
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your input clutch assembly is probably burnt up you will have to smell the fluid or have some transmission technician check the clutch volume indexes with a drb (diagnostic tool)AnswerActually it's probably your spped sensor that is located on the trans. Chrysler has always had a problem with them. My car just did the same thing, part is about $ 30. AnswerI friend of mine had the transmission replaced on his '94 Concorde about two yers ago. It was horribly expensive: more than two thousand dollars! Your car is probably stuck in " Limp Home Mode ", which is when the cars computer senses something bad is going to happen to the trans so it will only allow the car to run in reverse or 2nd gear.Crans
Check and make sure all the plugs going to the ECU and PCM are plugged in.
In the transmission dipstick tube, while the engine is running. Use a funnel that's not going to flip over when it gets full.
Due to the recession Chrysler car company is going out of business.
The oil pressure switch is located on the passenger-side of the engine, about halfway up the engine block. It is only visible from under the car, and has a yellow-green plug going into the end of it.
On the driver side of the transmission case there are two sensors that have two wires going to them. The input sensor is the one closer to the front.
You probable don't check you re transmission fluid and its dirty or low, or maybe you played around with the auto-stick feature too much and ran too low or too high of rpms, but wither way, sounds like your transmission is going out.
try going to a salvage yard
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It's located on the lower right side of the housing with a 6 prong connector with 5 wires going to it. When removes it will have curled looking wires. Do not touch the wires if just removed as they can and will burn you.
You have to fix the cause of the code that put the trans computer in limp in. That could involve a new trans. Check all fuses and ground wire going to trans. I got lucky with my 98 and just had a bad gauge fuse (speedometer stopped working). Which also could have been a bad speed sensor (output) but the dash light which says what gear I was in was out to so. Crans
If your transmission is manual, you will have to change gear. If it is automatic, you won't.
Besides going to a Chrysler dealer, one can get Chrysler parts at a number of places online. They include AutoPartsWarehouse, CarParts, ChryslerPartsDirect, and ChryslerPartsDept.
P0700 means that you need to check the TCM for codes. Fluid and filter is not likely to help.
check ecu, ignition, wiring harness, fuses, relays, and cam sensor
You can buy them on ebaymotors look up Chrysler 300 on the parts section and you will find them. doubt it
needs oil refill or the transmission is going to fail
I got my Chrysler Cirrus LX going 110 MPH then the govener kicked in and it slowed me down i have a 1996 Chrysler and it does 120 but it takes a while to get there
it's pretty easy to tell because the Mitsubishi tranny is not going to be in MOST ford rangers. Mitsubishi is partnered with Chrysler not ford The Mitsubishi 5-speed overdrive transmission came on the 2.9L 4x4 Ranger from 91-92.
Means that the transmission is delaying going into the next gear.
Low transmission fluid or a bearing is going out.