It won't shift out of 1st gear. pretty sure this is a computer problem. check engine light is on. when i disconnected and re connected the battery the vehicle will reset and shift fine through all gears for about two minutes. then back to first it goes.
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Hi your problem is an easy one to solve. The trasducer in your transmission is out of calibration. The best thing is to have it replaced by your competent mechanic. The replacement part should cost you about $150.00 plus labor. Happy shifting.
Since alot of things rely on data from the speed sensor you will "usually" get an ABS alarm, little or no shifting,no indication of speed on the speedometer, and the check engine light. without the abs light and with a speed indicated I would lean toward a transmission problem
Hi, Your like your jeep is in limp in mode, this is to keep you from burning up transmission and to get you some were off the road, the p1768 code means A/T Transmission Relay Output Always Off. This should be checked out by your local shop or dealer. but you should make sure that the fluid level is correct, if to low there is not enough fluid pressure for the solenoid's to engage the relays. Hope this can help you out. If i can help you anymore fell free to re post. Thanks dodge tec
That sounds like the 1st thing to check is the transmission fluid.Start the car ,warm it up,now shift through all the gears and stop in (N).With the engine running,check the fluid level.Top up if needed.If you do,look for leaks.Hope this helps
Check the Trans fluid level with it running and at operating temperature. Jeep NAG1 transmissions are known to have the input electric seal leak trans fluid. Not an exspensive fix add Mopar ATF4 and then relace the guild seal.
Check fluid to make sure it's full. Did you check to make sure that when you move the shifter, the transmission shift lever on the case moves? Assuming it's an automatic, if fluid is full and linkage moves properly, has fluid been changed? If not, do it! (including filter) If when changing fluid, you find an excessive amount of fine metal or clutch material in pan, chances are the unit has worn out and needs rebuild, If everything inside is clean & good then finish with change and check results.If still having same problem it's likely internal or if electrically shifted, a shift module problem etc.