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neildsharp

Transmission Limited Function Warning (ford Kuga Titanium X - 2011)

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Hi all,

I keep getting this warning light pop up on my dash. Has happened 4 times in the past 2 weeks, usually first thing in the morning. As soon as it appears it either resets straight away, or resets once the engine is restarted (rebooted) but the gears lurch around every time which makes me nervous about the pending icey roads we'll soon have.

It's a Ford Kuga Titanium X 2011 - so I don't think it should suffer such a fault being relatively new as it's only done 60k miles.

I spoke to the Ford garage the other day and they did the well worn 'ooooh...never heard of that problem before.....' line, but looking on here people seem to have experienced this with other models of Ford.

Does any one have any experiences or help they can share with me please?

Cheers all!

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Not sure I have seen that particular issue reported. Normally this means a sensor is misbehaving, it could be the transmission fluid sensor, or it could be a problem in the torque converter.

Have you managed to get the error codes scanned yet?

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On ‎20‎/‎10‎/‎2015 at 7:49 PM, neildsharp said:

Hi all,

I keep getting this warning light pop up on my dash. Has happened 4 times in the past 2 weeks, usually first thing in the morning. As soon as it appears it either resets straight away, or resets once the engine is restarted (rebooted) but the gears lurch around every time which makes me nervous about the pending icey roads we'll soon have.

It's a Ford Kuga Titanium X 2011 - so I don't think it should suffer such a fault being relatively new as it's only done 60k miles.

I spoke to the Ford garage the other day and they did the well worn 'ooooh...never heard of that problem before.....' line, but looking on here people seem to have experienced this with other models of Ford.

Does any one have any experiences or help they can share with me please?

Cheers all!

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Dear Neil,

I have just been looking at the articles and I have been having the same problems! I wonder if you had ever got it resolved and if so how . Would be pleased to hear from you

June Gurr

june@cowleygroup.co.uk

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