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post #1 of 2 Old 09-04-2018, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Transmissions Malfunction- Help Needed

Hello ,
Advice needed ! I have a 2011 Ford C Max 2.0 titanium.
Have had the Car for 2 years about and its done about 55000 miles.
Around Christmas when we slowed down on the motorway it comes up Transmission Malfunction and go's into limp mode and only goes at 20 miles per hour (completely stressing me out )
Then if we turn the car off the engine light disappears and re starts. It had only done it a few times on a couple of occasions when I started the car in the morning and set off.
I have taken it to around 7 garages all who couldn't find faults but then on Saturday it really played up on the motorway ( we thought the car was fixed after it being in ford for a system update ) and was overrevving and just cutting out with the transmission malfunction constantly however the engine light stayed on but when we took it in the next morning it was reading a huge list of 16 codes none of which seemed to be the problem.Its now running like a big of shite and no one can offer suggestions to fix!!!!My husband just wants to get rid but I love the car and wanted to fix ideally.

Can anyone offer any ideas on what to do ??
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post #2 of 2 Old 01-04-2019, 01:37 PM
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Were you able to get this fixed?

Was there any particular Fault Code (i.e. P0700, P0705) related to the engine light illumination? (I assume that this is a car with Automatic Transmission).

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