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Hello, since you do have reverse I would perform the testing for PO882 first. You'll need a test lgiht or voltmeter, I'll post the testing info below. If I can help further just reply back.
750 code is hard to pin down without some specific testing tools from Dodge, let me open this up to other experts as someone may have another method.
Hello, my name is***** am a certified dodge technician and would like to help you. the previous expert was correct to look into p0882 code first. although its stored this code could of created your other problem with p0750, 882 is electrical problem usually with a loose or corroded connection which could of made 750 become active and stay active. I would start by checking all your connectors starting at the trans and control module. perform wiggle tests and see if your 882 becomes active.
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hello, just a follow up, Have you done a wiggle test on any of the connectors?