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 #380183  by Tod Cruze
 August 5th, 2019, 1:03 am
I have 2002 Chrysler 300M with 177,414 mileage that is showing P01776 and P0700 codes that are causing the car to go into limp mode and it rarely comes out. I have found a few results for some solenoid pack replacements on Ebay [https://ebay.us/YYdNwb] but does it matter if the results show the specific Mopar part number 4539766 or not because all I see is usually A606 instead of the part number. I also would like to personally fix it myself but I really need a step by step do-it-yourself or pictures to know the location of the solenoids, what tools I need to replace them and what pieces I need to remove.
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 #380184  by M-Pressive
 August 5th, 2019, 7:18 am
Tod Cruze wrote: August 5th, 2019, 1:03 am I have 2002 Chrysler 300M with 177,414 mileage that is showing P01776 and P0700 codes that are causing the car to go into limp mode and it rarely comes out. I have found a few results for some solenoid pack replacements on Ebay [https://ebay.us/YYdNwb] but does it matter if the results show the specific Mopar part number 4539766 or not because all I see is usually A606 instead of the part number. I also would like to personally fix it myself but I really need a step by step do-it-yourself or pictures to know the location of the solenoids, what tools I need to replace them and what pieces I need to remove.
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 #380185  by M-Pressive
 August 5th, 2019, 7:20 am
I will also add that I am not sure if I would do that project without the valve body as well.

Did the pack once on it's own and it did not fix the problem.

New filter, fluid were required and I had to take it all back apart.
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 #380187  by FIREM
 August 5th, 2019, 8:04 am
Welcome to our site. This member supported, ad free site is the best place on the planet for information for all Chrysler LH cars, especially the 300M. We probably know more than Chrysler about the cars from our experience in keeping these cars on the road. Many "How To" & Step by Step procedures with pictures to guide you thru virtually every task.
I would recommend this solenoid https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rebuilt-A606-4 ... 7080!US!-1
as it is re manufactured and comes with the screen/gasket. Many members have had success with this one.
There are also reman solenoid and valve body available on ebay if you need to do both.