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Towing, Transmission, SUV
#146 of 181 Re: Tranny Problem? [marcky]
Oct 27, 2011 (9:44 am)
OK, I have discerned a pattern during which the P0714 code get's set. It occurs under two conditions:
1) Leave the truck idling in Park for 8-12 minutes. This is 100% repeatable.
2) Operate the vehicle with the Air Conditioning running on the road for more than 10 minutes. About 80% repeatable.
Ambient temp doesn't seem relevant, nor does driving conditions (city vs. highway).
PS I am strongly considering pulling the Internal Temp sensor wire and feeding the TCM a false 15ma value . The tranny runs fine, once the codes are reset.
#147 of 181 Re: Clutch does not disengage [Mr_Shiftright]
Oct 27, 2011 (9:26 pm)
Thanks so much. I feel this is a clutch issue and so I am having the mechanic repair it completely for $900 +tax. I know it is steep but I am confident it will solve the problem since I had a similar problem years back with a geo metro.
I appreciate your input in helping me understand that it was a clutch issue.
#148 of 181 Re: Clutch does not disengage [rileycentral]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Oct 28, 2011 (7:42 am)
maybe you should shop around for clutch prices. This seems too high to me.
#149 of 181 2002 Liberty Limited Transmission
Nov 01, 2011 (9:55 am)
My transmission will not engage in any gear, backed out of driveway pulled forward 30 feet and put in park ran into the house with vehicle running, came out a minute later engaged in drive and it would not move, the same in all positions. Checked the switch lever ok, fluid is fine and the transmission had not been acting up. scan tool gives me a P0841 reading, changed the pressure switch sensor and no change. My next guess is the pump? Any ideas on what the problem is or suggestions on what actions to take next.
#150 of 181 Re: 2002 Liberty Limited Transmission [kelly68]
Nov 01, 2011 (10:17 am)
Without a pressure test, impossible to say about the pump. They don't tend to fail catastrophically, rather they fail over time.
Do you have the 45RFE tranny?
This one needs a pro. My non-pro guess is that a pressure control device is failed in the closed state.... and pressure is not being passed.
#151 of 181 Re: 2002 Liberty Limited Transmission [marcky]
Nov 01, 2011 (10:50 am)
Yes I do have the 45RFE tranny, and I tend to agree with the pump failure so abruptly. My next thought is to get a pressure test done.
Thanks for your information
#152 of 181 Re: Tranny Problem? [marcky]
Nov 04, 2011 (6:59 am)
Have you resolved this? I am having the same identical symptoms. Thanks
#153 of 181 Re: Tranny Problem? [rabert]
Nov 04, 2011 (9:33 am)
For now, I am using a work-around. I have a $50 code reader /resetter. If it set the code, I pull over, shut down, reset the codes, start up and drive off as-normal.
While this work-around is annoying, it works and costs me nothing.
If I get resolution, I will post it.
#154 of 181 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4 auto tranny issues
Nov 15, 2011 (11:57 am)
This morning i was driving to work and i realized my gas pedal felt stuck to the floor, I couldn't get up to any amount of speed and then my tranny light came on. I managed to putt back home with it and it started accelerating on it's own and i had to slam the brakes on and the back tires just kept spinning. When i went into park the engine reved up really high so i just shut it off. Any ideas?
#155 of 181 2002 Jeep Liberty 4x4 3.7 transmission
Nov 23, 2011 (10:13 am)
i have 2002 Jeep Liberty 4x4 3.7 the trany sometime shifting properly and some time not and the check engine light comes on . i replaced the speed sensor and still does the same . the truck has 54K on it . it is like brand new , please any one can give any tip ?