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Unread 11-23-2013, 06:21 PM   #121
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Just swapped speed sensor and still nothing...... even pulled the neg. cable to reset the computer
Could try to switch the TCM with someone's to see outcome. Worst case, buy a good used gearbox. Lucky for you in america there are many junkyard..in my country, none... me myself trying to figure out whats wrong with mine..

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Unread 11-23-2013, 08:11 PM   #122
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this would be the 3rd trans I have swapped in.... **** that
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Unread 11-25-2013, 12:21 AM   #123
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this would be the 3rd trans I have swapped in.... **** that
Oooops than that could be other cause..
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Unread 11-25-2013, 04:19 AM   #124
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Well the other 2 were milkshakes inaide the trans lol i knew what had happened. But I have a guy sending me an ECU to try if not ill be looking for a trans. Then start gathering for an AX15 swap
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Unread 03-17-2014, 03:42 PM   #125
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Wj need help asap! trans error code new sensor?

hello i have a 99 WJ for the past few months i have had the code po711 trans fluid temp sensor, so today i finally got to changing out the gov sensor and solenoid new filter and fluid, after i get everything back together my light comes on right away for a new code P1762 when both the sensor and solenoid are now new? yes i forgot to adjust the bands and it seems to start out in second gear. could i now have this new code because i didn't adjust the bands yet? cause I'm wondering if put in a defect sensor? i need help asap please any help highly appreciated!
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Unread 03-17-2014, 04:02 PM   #126
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Interestingly enough, I just had similar work done on my Jeep yesterday. I was getting a P0753 error code and the CEL was on with my transmission stuck in 3rd gear. My mechanic replaced the Governor pressure sensor & Solenoid and changed the filter. He cleared the error code afterwards and it hasn't come back yet.
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Unread 03-17-2014, 05:21 PM   #127
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well i just replaced both the sensor and solenoid now i have a code for p1762 and I'm stuck in 2nd gear i didn't have this code before i replaced them. i replaced them cause i had a code p0711 grabs fluid temp sensor and my gas milage kept dropping now i can't even drive the damn thing….its brand new sensor why am i have a new code now p1762???????
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Unread 03-26-2014, 02:08 PM   #128
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Excellent write up. I've ordered my kit from ebay (cascasetransmissionparts) for $134. It should arrive next week when I will tackle this job - it'll be my first time cracking a transmission pan (yes, I will no longer be a tranny virgin).

One question though... my fsm gives torque specs for the transmission filter as well as the pan. Do most of you actually use a torque wrench for that? My torque wrench is the old beam style, and the specs are WAY too low for any kind of accuracy (filter fastners: 35 INCH/LBS, transmission oil pan fasteners: 125 INCH/LBS). I guess I'm asking if I should buy a torque wrench in that range or not - usually, I would tighten until contact and then a quarter turn more.

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Unread 03-26-2014, 05:52 PM   #129
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Excellent write up. I've ordered my kit from ebay (cascasetransmissionparts) for $134. It should arrive next week when I will tackle this job - it'll be my first time cracking a transmission pan (yes, I will no longer be a tranny virgin). One question though... my fsm gives torque specs for the transmission filter as well as the pan. Do most of you actually use a torque wrench for that? My torque wrench is the old beam style, and the specs are WAY too low for any kind of accuracy (filter fastners: 35 INCH/LBS, transmission oil pan fasteners: 125 INCH/LBS). I guess I'm asking if I should buy a torque wrench in that range or not - usually, I would tighten until contact and then a quarter turn more. Thoughts?
Heck, my torque doesn't even HAVE inch lbs on it and it's brand new. How does one convert inch lbs to foot lbs? There were no instructions in my box.

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Unread 03-27-2014, 03:13 AM   #130
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Unread 03-27-2014, 07:20 AM   #131
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Heck, my torque doesn't even HAVE inch lbs on it and it's brand new. How does one convert inch lbs to foot lbs? There were no instructions in my box.

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You can go to Google and type "Convert XX IN/LBS to FT/LBS", where XX is the number you're looking to convert. Works in reverse too.

So they have low range torque wrenches, Sears sells a Craftsman that does inch/lbs, it's about $40, and one of those click style. It has bad reviews for breaking and unlike other Craftsman stuff is made in China. That's why I'm asking if folks are using a torque wrench for the transmission oil pan and filter - if it's not required, I don't want to buy another wrench.
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Unread 03-27-2014, 08:07 AM   #132
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12 inches in a foot
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Unread 03-27-2014, 09:08 AM   #133
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Hey Guys, this is a stupid question, but can someone explain to me what the part is below? Also, should I remove this part before I take my Transmission Pan off on the 42RE? It looks like it would be a little easier to remove the pan after removing this piece. Any suggestions appreciated.
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Unread 03-28-2014, 09:28 AM   #134
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12 inches in a foot
I'm pretty sure that if you don't know that there are 12 inches in a foot, you probably shouldn't be any where near a transmission oil pan.

The FSM says that the transmission filter should be torqued to 35 IN/LBS. That converts to approximately 3 FT/LBS. Using a traditional beam style torque wrench as pictured below, there is no way I can see for one to get an accurate torque. The transmission pan is supposed to be torqued to 125 IN/LBS, which translates to 10 FT/LBS.

SO, the question was, do folks usually use a torque wrench for the transmission oil pan and filter, or do they just tighten by "feel"? I'm asking "how critical is it?"

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Unread 03-28-2014, 10:13 AM   #135
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Well people didn't know how to convert foot pounds to inch pounds but it really is as easy as you'd think.
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