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Old 08-23-2010, 11:47 AM   #11 (permalink)
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A little more info is needed than this.

Does it move at all? If you put it in gear, does the car start to move, but then won't change gears? Will the lever not go into gear? Does it make any odd noises?

Lots of great, knowledgable people on the site who are more than happy to help, but they need to know what it is doing exactly before they can help.
The car will move once I put it in Drive. It will not shift from first gear. No odd noises. I tried shifting into manual shifting but it won't go there.
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TCM messed up???
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The car will move once I put it in Drive. It will not shift from first gear. No odd noises. I tried shifting into manual shifting but it won't go there.
Transmission solenoid and govener sensor gaurantee it no codes will pop up and no matter if you shift it manually youll stay stuck in first it happend to me.
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Got a call just now from the Dealer. Diagnosis: Connector inside tranny is shorted out. Cost $760.00. If it also shorted out the Transmission Control Module then it's $1160.00. I think it's time to dump this car.
Any comments about this diagnosis will be apreciated.

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Holy crap that's high I would call a local transmission shop and get a quote from them on the price. Heck it can't hurt.
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Got a call just now from the Dealer. Diagnosis: Connector inside tranny is shorted out. Cost $760.00. If it also shorted out the Transmission Control Module then it's $1160.00. I think it's time to dump this car.
Any comments about this diagnosis will be apreciated.
Besides this expensive tranny fix has the car been reliable overall?
If it has and the mileage isn't that high then it might be worth to fix.
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So the saga continues on the tranny. Dealership called me this morning. There is water inside the transmission. That is what caused the connector to short and maybe also the control module. Besides this two problems the transmission should be replaced with a rebuilt one. Cost $4000. They don't know how the water got inside the tranny. Last work done on the transmission was back in March when they flushed the transmission. They say there is no connection between what they did and water in the tranny. I asked about a TSB on water inside the transmission. They say it's not related to this model. Where can I get the specifics on this particular TSB.
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I'm pretty sure it involves all 2005 models. the tsb # is 21-003-06
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I have a 2006 chrysler 300c and my car does not go over 60 mph and stuck at 4000-5000 rpm can it be my transmission solenoid the code on the computer comes up as p0743 torque converter clutch circuit electrical. This all started when I went in a big puddle of water. Does anyone know where this solenoid is any pics advice would be great thanks a lot.
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Does anyone know where the solenoid on transmission is code p0743 many thanks.
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