stuck in first gear n now rough idal

Asked by Aug 24, 2017 at 11:53 AM about the 2003 Dodge Neon 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Have a 03 Dodge Neon about a year ago or more it was brought to me to work they said to replace the trans so I did but even though I did the problem they had was still going on which would be that it was stuck in first gear so I replaced the trans computer as well problem still is there so they parked the car and now my mom has just bought it from them in hopes that it was just trans sensors. Well now comes all the fun. I got it hooked up to a diagnostic machine and it came up with these codes P1684 - battery P0706 - trans range sensor , faulty park/neutral position switch , miss adjusted park/neutral position switch , p/n position switch is open or shorted , p/n position switch circuit poor electric connection P0731- defective gear 1 shift solenoid, defective forward clutch , defective coolant sensor , detective valve body , dirty trans fluid ( not all new ) P1790 ,lock up clutch not engaging ,faulty TPS , sensor harmess is open or shorted , TPS circuit poor electrical, P0562 - system under voltage - low battery charge - battery detective, loose or missing alt belt , faulty alt , open or short system voltage circuit ( now new battery)
Ordered new TPS problem is still there
Pulled manual codes from car ( using the three turn ignition trick ) and got these codes P0633 - skim key not programed in computer ( what is that ) , skim module must be programmed into ECM ,skim module detective , anti theft system fault P0352 - coil pack
So as u see i am now so twisted in the head I can't think anymore. Can someone help please

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