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Volkswagen Jetta, Transmission, Sedan
#379 of 390 05 jetta trans problem
Jul 08, 2012 (9:45 am)
i have a 05 1.8t auto and 2 codes come up p0732 and p2637 after 3 shops could not I.D. the problem i found the problems myself but am not familiar with ger-main engi nu ity but when this jetta is gone i'll never have another.Can anybody out there tell me what these tranny codes are?Better off if somebody steals it so just in case i'll leave the keys in it. thanks.
#380 of 390 Re: 05 jetta trans problem [bamauncle]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Jul 08, 2012 (11:57 am)
0732 is an incorrect gear ratio code and could be a lot of things---probably the easiest to check would be the VSS (vehicle speed sensor--not sure where that is at the moment). Also indicates a possible malfunction in the solenoids in the valve body of the transmission, OR some kind of internal transmission problem.
2637 is more specific, indicates a problem with the MAF sensor or an intake manifold leak.
#381 of 390 Re: Jetta Transmission Problems? [blindstrom]
Jul 15, 2012 (3:28 pm)
My daughter has a 98' Jetta and has replaced the transmission at VW dealer and it failed after about two years. We had it rebuilt and it lasted a little more than and year. That was an electronic part. We rebuilt the transmission mechically the next time and it out again. $6000 total cost over four to five years. It's hard to get her out of it. Spent too much and Volkswagen could care less!!! When the transmission went out we fought with VW of Amercia as the warranty had just gone out but we had complained atleast three times before the warranty went out of date. Find a good Honda or Toyota in hsi price range! This car won't shift and this has been the problem all along. Right now it won't go in reverse. Volkwagen has problems period!
#382 of 390 Re: 2006 Jetta rough shifting [terrifico]
Sep 11, 2012 (5:20 pm)
I have a 2005.5 2.5 jetta and i have the same problems as you, did u ever found out wat the problem was? They charge me 1600 to rebuild it. But they wont tell me what it is until they open it. I would like to kno if u ever found the problem, Thanks.
#383 of 390 3rd gear high rpm gear slip
Jan 30, 2013 (3:29 pm)
I recently purchased a 2005 Volkswagen GLI about 3 months ago and have had the engine replaced due to a timing belt giving out within the first month, after driving the car with another engine for about a week I started having this problem in my third gear.. Where I would accelerate and around 5-6k RPMS the gear slips and doesn't switch gears, doesn't even catch back into 3rd it just revs as if it's in neutral.. Can this be a problem from the timing belt giving out? Or that after driving 20 hours from Missouri back to Arizona that the engine had an oil leak? Does this have anything to do with it? Please help me as soon as you can! Thanks,
#384 of 390 tranny issues
Jan 31, 2013 (7:18 pm)
I have a 2005 jetta GLI 1.8t 5 speed auto. im having issues mainly when its the tranny is cold i can manually shift first through third fine , but when it tries to go into 4 or 5 it just seems to hit neutral. usually once the tranny warms up , a good 10 miles or so(and the weather is not super cold) i can usually start getting 4 and 5th back. when i have the gears 4 and 5 working they run perfectly fine . the tranny shop briefly looked at it and wants to tell me i need a whole new tranny ..anyone run into this?
#385 of 390 2002 Jetta VR6 tranny issues
Mar 06, 2013 (11:21 am)
1st to 2nd gear is fine, but when shifting to 3rd, it slips completely as if its in neutral. If I shut the car off and let it cool down, problem goes away. Most days there is no issue, only when I drive lots at short distances (engine get to warm?) Dealer found just one code when scanning it: 00652 - Gear Monitoring: Implausible Signal. This could mean many issues.
Any help would be great!
#386 of 390 Re: 3rd gear high rpm gear slip [glinate]
Mar 22, 2013 (11:53 am)
Is your car an automatic?
If it is then have a shop check your transmission. Sounds like there's a problem with the transmission.
More than likely it doesn't have to do with the timing belt or oil leak.
Here's some info about oil leaks in case you're interested in knowing: https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/oil-fluid-leak-inspection
#387 of 390 Re: tranny problems [fpjdp]
Apr 02, 2013 (7:56 am)
I have the exact same problem with my 2003 Jetta wagon TDI. Did you ever find out what it was? I would appreciate any feed back. No technician I've talked to seems to have a clue what it could be.
#388 of 390 Re: tranny problems [kirouac]
Apr 02, 2013 (9:37 am)
The issue was a faulty TCM (transmission control module) and the transmission wiring harness.
The error code causes the initiation of "limp mode" in the transmission. This restricts the transmission to 3rd gear to prevent damage until issue is resolved.