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    So today on my commute home from work I noticed the indicator lamp was on.
    Doh.... I'm not lucky enough for it to be the gas cap. I pulled into the nearest auto zone to borrow their scan tool.... P0700 (trans control system) and P1775 were the two codes present.
    I haven't noticed the jeep driving any differently than normal. Appears to shift fine. It does seem a bit sluggish in 1st gear the last few weeks, but I've kind of attributed that to temps around 100 with high humidity and a/c drain.

    Any ideas?
    What kind of head aches am I looking at here?
    Cost on parts or repair?

    It's an '05 Rubi with auto trans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffb_79 View Post
    So today on my commute home from work I noticed the indicator lamp was on.
    Doh.... I'm not lucky enough for it to be the gas cap. I pulled into the nearest auto zone to borrow their scan tool.... P0700 (trans control system) and P1775 were the two codes present.
    I haven't noticed the jeep driving any differently than normal. Appears to shift fine. It does seem a bit sluggish in 1st gear the last few weeks, but I've kind of attributed that to temps around 100 with high humidity and a/c drain.

    Any ideas?
    What kind of head aches am I looking at here?
    Cost on parts or repair?

    It's an '05 Rubi with auto trans

    Wish I knew. Mine Just did the same, only it's P 0300 code for me.

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    Come to the shop and us All Data to see what the codes mean and what the cause could be.

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    I'll be in there Saturday for the wrenching party.
    I'm a dumbass though and reset the codes, probably wouldn't do much good to scan unless I throw them again.
    The P1775 appears to mean the trans unsuccessfully tried to shift to first gear and couldn't, due to electrical reasons. According to what I can find it means the solenoid switch valve is latched in TCC position.

    I've noticed that sometimes when I take off from a stop it appears to be starting in 2nd gear. Planning on changing out the tranny fluid and filter this coming week (don't think it's been done yet, now at 45k miles). And then waiting to see if i throw the codes again.

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    Awesome write up, and thanks for the link!

    I've got the 42RLE, which I'm assuming is just the updated version of the 42RE.
    Pretty much describes my problem to a T. Sometimes I have a real bad lag starting off from a stop.... feels like I'm rolling forward in 2nd gear, not 1st.

    I was going to replace the fluid/filter this week. I might put it off until I can source these parts and replace all at once.

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    So I guess now my question is.... should I replace the TCM and internal wiring harness as well? It seems like that's what he's suggesting down at the bottom.

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    ARGH! Nevermind. That transmission is almost completely different.
    The 42RLE doesn't use those parts.

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