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OBD Code P0932

I have a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7L. Pulled code P0932-LINE PRESSURE SENSOR CIRCUIT FAULT, no other codes. Jeep runs great no problems just this check engine code. Does any one know what this is.

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Re: OBD Code P0932

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This code is for the line pressure sensor/circuit. This sensor sits on the right side of the transmission housing and is held in place with one bolt. It sits close to the exhaust hanger. Check first the wiring visually, it could be touching a hot exhaust part or be chaved through and shorting out against some metal part.
Probably best would be to measure the wiring continuity toward the TCM, to be sure that there is no wire break or short to ground. If all that ok, then the problem is the line pressure sensor itself.
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Re: OBD Code P0932

Thanks for the info. would a broken ground strap cause this.
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Re: OBD Code P0932

I would not suspect the ground strap to cause this fault, since the sensor has a ground wire going directly to the TCM. But you will have to repair the ground strap either way, since its not there for nothing. High return currents can seek their way back to ground via other ways and cause damage.
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