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My 03 chrysler town and country gives a PO732 core

(2003 Chrysler Town & Country)
in Vernon Rockville, CT on January 18, 2018
MY VAN SAT THRU THE COLD WEATHER RECENTLY AND NOT THE TRANSMISSION DOESN'T SHIFT CORRECTLY. IT SHOWS A po732 CODE. COULD A DEFECTIVE ENGINE HEAT SENSOR CAUSE THIS?
Tags: op723 code, chrysler, town country
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on January 18, 2018
Link below will provide code definition and possible causes:

http://www.autocodes.com/p0732_chrysler.html

Hands-on testing will be required by qualified personnel.
on January 18, 2018
Probably not but start by checking the transmission fluid. A low fluid level could cause this code.

Alex
on January 18, 2018
I did that and the transmission fluid is good.
Your code is transmission related incorrect gear ratio there are two sensors input and output sensors and if one of them is misbehaving this code will sometimes present itself further testing would be required to give you the exact diagnosis feel free to call us for a no-charge estimate at 860-265-3630 if we can be of further assistance to you
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