Re: Trouble code P0700 and U0404
UPDATE - PROBLEM SOLVED!
I had 149 miles left before my limited warranty expires, luckily I combed through the paperwork and realized that, or I would have had to break open the wallet, big time!!
So, I took my WK to the stealership yesterday afternoon, and got a phone call explaining what the problem is - The Electronic shift module (ECM) was going bad. I was really relieved when they told me it was a 'covered' item, under my warranty. This is awesome since some things are covered, and some things are not. But either way, this issue was fixed for no charge.
Also, I usually avoid the service dept at the stealership at all costs, but they are going to change my front/rear diff fluids, transfer case fluid and oil change for $214. I thought that was fair. I will be doing my own spark plug replacement, air filter, coolant flush, pcv valve, serpentine belt, since my 60K mile service is due.
So there ya go guys, a bad ECM caused my code p0700 and u0404.
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WK)
3.7 L V6, 4x4 Quadra I, Stone White