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Car purchased for my daughter. The check engine light comes on ever since we purchased. 2006 Pt Cruiser error codes: PO700, PO882, PO700, PO55 The dealership said they put in a new tipm. Light came back on took to different mechanic. They cleared codes, reset monitor, cleaned connections and said may need fuse box and tipm. Light came back on. Back to the mechanic they said need new alternator and go from there. Light was still on they said a pin was carrodid cleaned it and light went off. The next day light is back on??? I am at a lost and so upset wr have now had the car 7 months and she hasn't been able to use the car. Please help!!!!
 

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. . . . 2006 Pt Cruiser error codes: PO700, PO882, PO700, PO55 The dealership said they put in a new tipm. Light came back on took to different mechanic. They cleared codes, reset monitor, cleaned connections and said may need fuse box and tipm. Light came back on. Back to the mechanic they said need new alternator and go from there. Light was still on they said a pin was carrodid cleaned it and light went off. The next day light is back on??? . . . .
P0700 is a generic code that indicates there are other diagnostic codes set with the transmission control portion of the PCM (powertrain control module). P0882 indicates less than 3 volts detected when the TIPM (totally integrated power module) powers up the power circuit to the transmission control. In other words low power detected to transmission control. Check wiring and connectors between PCM, TIPM and transmission control solenoid pack. Also check for rub through of wires to ground or short to each other. This can be tedious and requires opening the plastic protective wire loom around wiring harness.

P055 is not a valid code. Valid codes will have a letter P followed by 4 digits. Is this code P0550, P0055, P055????
 

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Most of the connectors have a locking clip that must be present in order for a good, tight connection. Check the harness and see if any of those have been broken off by the "techs". 06 was the first year for the TIPM in Mopars and some were hit or miss. Sounds like you might have gotten a miss. Twice.
 
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