I hope you don't find yourself having to deal with this issue. Any help in the matter is much appreciated! Otherwise, it's an annoyance that I might just live with. Maybe you can point me to something I can read to explain. Another question is, how could it have gotten so low of oil?. They didn't have the part so didn't repair yet and light has not come back on yet after a long trip. Pulling the code and doing the diagnostics is still the best solution.
Thinking to just install a standalone pressure gauge unless the sending unit can double for this. Thanks all for any help or advice, Tay Hey all, Just joined the forum in a frantic quest for answers, seems to be a good place with solid know-how and experience. There are no serviceable sub-assembly components. Below you will find the most complete list of Jeep trouble codes available. For instance, if you had an exhaust leak, you would get a code that looked like this, P0430.
See my experiences I have a 2012 Chrysler Town and Country with now 88,000 miles. Oil filter housing cap bypass valve. I have had the oil pressure sensor replaced twice and an oil pump and the alternator, lots of money. Also I'm out of warranty. It requires the nipple of the bypass valve to press on the underside of the filter poppet against the underside of the filter top. I don't know the code, but the mechanic recommends an oil pump.
The dealership quoted me 1350 to replace the faulty pump and repair the seal to the rear housing. Typically, I would do some basic checks and maintenance and would have caught it then but, I just let myself get too busy and missed it. Unlike Roseville Chrysler the transmission specialty shop actually pulled the pan. If I pull over and restart the van the downshifting issue seems to go away for a while. I don't believe the quality of the oil change service is in question. Interesting this happened to a '13.
On my case, I was using Wix filters, no problems gor many changes but one day, right after oil and filter change I got that code along With the C. I just changed it again yesterday and use a Mopar filter. I'm wishing I just ordered a seal set because that's all it was. Yup, it did at least go into limp mode which is more than could be said about what we've seen on 3. Keep me posted, be glad to help Jun 11, 2009. No, I don't think so.
The dealer has basically washed their hands of me, they said Chrysler said it is an internal mechanical failure! Also, since the power train warranty just expired. If I pull over and restart the van the downshifting issue seems to go away for a while. I've already had to add nearly 10 quarts of oil to replace whats been lost, but I can't find the leak for the life of me, as it only happens under pressure when driving or cruising. Entering the thruway nothing happens when I try to accelerate, stays at 40 mph until I downshift and then upshift with the automatic transmission. Thanks a lot, please help your Routan Step-brother out Hi.
Thanks a lot, please help your Routan Step-brother out I have a feeling you are about to have to replace the transmission. So it never fails that every time I take my car to the dealer something else comes up. Brought it to the dealer and the said the oil pump needs to be replaced. My experience tells me that you don't become just a parts replacer. I can't tell a difference in performance when the light is on so I'm wondering how much of a problem it is minor annoyance vs. However, this time around it came back on a couple of weeks after it came on the first time.
If you desire that this problem be diagnosed by a certified Mechanic, dispatched by right to your location, please request a and the responding certified mechanic will get this resolved for you. They will provide valuable info! I tried looking for more information on the solenoid but not getting much luck on the internet. So the tear down, approval and such took almost a month. When I first experienced this problem, I was just trying to get on the interstate and get up to highway speeds quickly. They wanted 1200 in labor and 1000 for the valve body.
Seriously, if Cindy and I didn't have the means and the know how to look up codes, nothing short of a trip to the dealership would have gotten this easy to fix and critical problem solved. The wiring going to the pump should be checked before the pump is condemned though. If you read owner manual, warranty would be void if you run your engine low on oil or overheated because you have warnings and you should not keep driving your vehicle after you got any of such warning. The oil pump is a two stage setup and its my understanding that the first stage is up to 3500 rpm and thats why it will not allow it to go over that rpm. I took mine to the dealer, and they blamed it on the Wix oil filter that I used. No, I don't think so.