PTS Sensor 9 Ring Time Too Short. The problem is with the Park Assist Sensor #9. The numbering system for the park assist sensors allows for up to twelve sensors on the
vehicle, six front and six rear. The sensors are numbered in a clockwise manner starting at the
left front bumper. The left front sensor (if equipped with front park assist) is the number 1
sensor. The numbering continues in a clockwise direction around the vehicle. Since Chrysler
LLC vehicles use only four rear sensors, sensor numbers 7 and 12 are omitted, so the left rear
sensor is the number 11 sensor.
Check all your wiring for your map sensor, if ok replace the map sensor.
You have to repair the cause of the code that put it in limp mode.
P0720 Output Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction
You first need to have it checked for codes, you then fix the cause of the code, you can then clear the code with a scan tool.
P1776, solenoid switch valve latched in low/reverse position. The usual cause is dirt in the transmission valve body.
If there are no exhaust leaks or other codes, the catalytic converter has failed. You will need to replace it.
If you are asking about a code for internal controller failure, you need to replace the controller.
P0700, transmission code present. This code is stored in the engine computer when the transmission computer has detected a malfunction and set a code. You need to have the transmission computer scanned for codes.
Need car type since that code means entirely different things on a Chrysler for example or a Saturn-the number is not the same fault for all
There is a problem on the engine or transmission. One of the sensors sends a code to the computer and this code is store into the memory. You can use this information to fix the problem To find the errror you have to turn the ignition on and off 3 times. Chrysler calls this key dance ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON. The code with the problem will be display on the cluster. Write it down and check the code.
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The first step is having the computer checked for codes. When you know the failure code you can diagnose for possible causes.