jaguar x type 3.0 automatic shows gearbox fault and i have put gear oil but still do the same it only select first gear . Please help me to sort the problem

Asked by Nov 05, 2013 at 12:59 PM about the 2004 Jaguar X-TYPE 3.0

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Jaguar xtype 3.0 automatic shows gearbox fault and i have put gear oil and is still doing the same and it select only 1st gear

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aaaah, have transmission service done at say AAMCO where they will take off the pan and find the shreds (hopefully not) change that filter and put new fluid in the torque converter and fill with the proper fluid~...that's me advise~

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I just bought a 2004 jaguar after 2 days it showed gearbox fault but the car shift normal still. I took it to a mechanic. He hooked it up to the computer it came back a sensor. He said when water gets to the sensor it will show gearbox fault. Need new sensor

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Greddy, Which sensor?

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I'd received a gearbox fault due to a misfire. The car had gone into limp mode and would not drive more than about 10 mph. I had to replace an ignition coil on my 2002 Jag X-type.

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