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Automatically Transmission Trouble - WK 2006

HI,

My WK 2006 started to loose power when I was in the highway so I put it in a breakdown truck to the workshop.

The diagnosis in the workshop with the computer scan was
P0932 Hidraulic Pressure Sensor Circuit
P0735 Gear 5 Incorrect Ratio
P0218 Transmission Fluid Over Temperature Condition
P0706 Transmission Range Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance

In addition when I was driving from the workshop to my house the transmission stuck in 3er gear and When I tried to park, my WK didn't move. I changed several times from drive to reverse and vice versa and nothing.

The mechanic told me that I have to change the solenoide of the gear box and all the filters, but other mechanic told me that I have to change all the gear box and not just the solenoide.

Which one is right?

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Re: Automatically Transmission Trouble - WK 2006

Which engine? there were two different transmissions in '06 WKs..
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Re: Automatically Transmission Trouble - WK 2006

So it has the 5-45RFE transmission. How is the fluid level and how does the fluid smell and look like?
A burnt smell and/or black coloured fluid indicate internal transmission troubles.
The transmission went into limp mode due to the faults. The incorrect gear ratio message indicates a slipping 5th gear clutch, which also caused the overtemperature condition. Depending on how long you drove with this, there is a good change that a clutch is burnt or worn to limits and needs to be replaced.
When the jeep didn't want to move anymore, did you try to shutdown the engine and restart? It doesn't go forward nor backward?
The P0932 is a fault from the line pressure sensor. This sensor gives a feedback of the actual pressure, used to apply the clutches, to the transmission controller. If this sensor is faulty, you could end up with a too low line pressure with slipping clutches as a result. You can easily remove the connector from this sensor, whereafter the line pressure will be regulated to a fixed (and safe) pressure. This sensor sits on the right hand aft side of the transmission housing. I would also remove and clean the large connector on the left side of the transmission, which goes to the TRS/solenoid block. Its a large square connector with many wires to it. Use some contact cleaner on both sides (connector and solenoid block) to be sure that (part of) the problem is not bad electrical circuit related.
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