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Old 04-10-2018, 06:25 PM
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Hello all,
I am having an issue with my car. it has 174000 on it. My car will drive in reverse and in first gear up to about 30-35 MPH and 2500 rpm but it will not shift into a higher gear. This came on suddenly and beside that the car has been awesome. Im thinking a solenoid,Does any have any experience with this issue and is this a tough job?Thanks for any help. Much appreciated.

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THINK all you want, IS the Check Engine Light illuminated? The cars computer is there for a reason and when it sees something not right, there are codes it stores to help track down the problem. Certain faults will trigger a limp mode of what you are describing.
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Old 04-10-2018, 07:58 PM
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No Check engine light is on. Can I put it on a computer and get codes even without the CEL on?
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In certain cases...YES. BUT a good scan would be the FIRST place to start before throwing in parts.
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Old 04-14-2018, 07:52 PM
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Default P0752 and P0717

These are the codes that popped up on the scan. Any suggestions on how to proceed? Anybody else have the same problem? My car is actually a 2006.
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P0717: problem dealing with #1 input speed sensor/wiring or connection
P0752: Problem with shift solenoid A /wiring or connection
Have you ever checked/ replaced trans oil and filter? 174k is a LOT of miles to run without having done this maint. for ANY auto trans.
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Yes, that is the very first thing that I did.
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Drain or FLUSH ? Seems high mileage mopar trannies do not do well with a fluid flush service. Seems to stir up particles that block solenoid functions. But at least now you know where to start checking/ parts replacement areas.
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