Q: Codes P0700 and P0705

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I am getting codes P0700 and P0705.

These faults are similar, regardless of the model that year. P0705 points to a faulty transmission range switch; if the connector and harness are good, the switch will most likely need to be replaced. My recommendation would be to hire a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, to properly diagnose the issue, and replace the transmission range switch, if necessary.

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