Q: Q: Multiple error codes.

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I got codes P0605, P0700, and P1792 form my vehicle.

Those codes are mostly for the transmission control module. I would have a technician come out and test fuses and check voltages and look for a shorted wire. It will probably be a 20 amp fuse for the ECM. If the fuses are good then more than likely you will need a new TCM.

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