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Go on with 1st. gearand those not change at all. already replace with a new automatic transmition but same result.

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Is the check engine light on? In event of a failed speed sensor, the transmission can go into limp mode. That leave you with one forward gear, usually second, and reverse.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

  • giuseppetrup Mar 17, 2011

    thank you,but where is exactly the speed sensor placed ?

  • sasilvertree Mar 18, 2011

    It seems that on your model, both of the input and output speed sensors are on the transmission. So if you have replaced the transmission with a new one, the sensors would be new also. But there are several other electronic failures that could cause your transmission to go into limp mode. Sometimes the peramiters have to be reset from the old transmission to the new one. Most transmission shops would be happy to scan your jeep for a small fee or possibly free...The information you need could be there at the press of a button. Good luck

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