I already stated that I cleared the code. I went to the local advance auto parts and had them scan the codes, they couldn't pull a trans code. The key trick still shows 0700. A guy who was standing outside smoking happened to be a mechanic, and had a scanner in his car, so he offered to pull the codes for me. He actually pulled 4 codes, 0100, 0750, 0765, and a weird one, c2400 (which he said I'd probably need the Chrysler Starscan tool to diagnose, meaning I'd need to go to the dealer. 0100 I think is mass airflow, I'll look it up to make sure. 0750 is the trans solenoid. I just replaced it yesterday, it seems to work fine. Shifts smoothly through all gears. 0765 is Underdrive Solenoid Circuit fault.
There is no check engine light (there wasn't before I replaced the solenoid though), the trans shifts properly, and yes, the trans fluid is at the proper level.
Here are the possible causes for the 0765:
Dirty transmission fluid
Low transmission fluid
Faulty UD solenoid valve
UD harness is open or shorted
UD solenoid valve circuit poor electrical connection
The last is the only thing that I could see as possible. It was kind of a pain in the *** getting the 23 pin connector to seat. When I removed the connector from the original solenoid it came out SUPER easy. It seemed rather difficult to connect to the new solenoid however.