I replaced the governor pressure sensor and solenoid and I'm still getting a code that the pressure sensor is low. What else can that be?
Most chrysler products require a relearn procedure after changing transmission solenoids, I would start there
Mauto is right, especially on a Jeep, I would recommend the hard reset procedure.
Thanks guys, I will try that and post the results.
Yep that did the trick, thanks guys!
I have a 2002 dodge van we replaced the pressure sensor and it still read too high what can I do now
Did you check the wiring, make sure there is no corrosion or rubbed through spots, if all that checks then you should head to a tranny shop to have it checked, possibly a stuck pressure check valve.
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