TRANSMISSION LIMP MODE CODE PO605
2002 Chrysler Grand Voyager • 130,000 miles
Have 2002 chrysler voyager van, in limp mode. The code is po6o5 and after having the transmission checked over, it was noted that there is no current coming from pin 15 on the transmission control module to pin 56 of the transmission control relay, even though there is current at pin 85 of the relay. All wires show to be good and not broken. I have no current to transmission control solenoid and maybe thats because I have not current to pin 56 of the relay. All fuses seem fine. There is current to the auto shut down relay at pin 86 and 85 as should be, could it be that I should replace the transmission control module, to the front of the driver's left front wheel, but what is confusing me is no current to pin 86 from TCM.
June 15, 2012.
June 15, 2012.
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