2002 Jaguar X-Type slipping of trans, GEARBOX FALUT displayed.
During take off it gives a hesitation and slip at thirty and when I let up it kicks into the next gear. It is fine after that. I have multiple codes
P1111 P0128 P1642 P 1637 P1638 P1642 P1643. I can't even find the transmission dipstick to check the fluid levels. I found one dipstick, but he just wanted to sell me parts I knew I didn't need.
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Its the overdrive sensor 3rd gear you will slip with 4speed band trans This overdrive gear setting if your sensor is not kicking in then you are due for trans maintenance as 3rd gear is shredding slowly away learned this from dirt track quarter mile super stock racing pray that your gear is intact as a trans shop with micro snake cam can only determine the length of time you have on your gears and trans inspections are free threw amco certified shops
if its jatco box check power and grounds to the transmission control module locate lh a post check for dtcs logged fluid loss and last but not least has a drive shaft popped out of mesh very poor gearbox allways giving problems
P0734 is incorrect 4th gear ratio.Even though you may not feel a slip the computer can see an rpm excess of 10 rpms.This could be a simple solenoid issue to trans has to be replaced issue. Needs to go to a professional to be diagnosed.
In the engine compartment, you will need to locate the transmission dipstick. Usually on the left side of the motor, labeled "Trans fluid". Pull it out and check the fluid level. Your problem could be as simple as putting transmission fluid in it. That will make it slip. You fill the transmission right down the dipstick tube.
Hi, to check the fluid, first raise the car and level. On the rear of the trans next to the driveshaft there is a hex plug (5/16" allen head). Remove the plug when the transmission is warm and running in park. Fill the trans with Mercon V until it runs out, then re-install the plug. On my 2002 s type it has the instructions imprinted in the rear of the trans next to the fill port.
i had the same problem with my s-type, when i went to jaguar dealer for diagnostic and they told me it was trans problem, need new trans and will cost me $4500 to fix it, so i think you will be better off looking for a salvage trans to put it in your car, it will cost you around $1500-$2500 including labor. i hope that will help some of you with gear box fault massage. oh try and find some one who knows a lot about jaguar before you send the car for trans repairs.