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    Posted: 01 Oct 2017 at 2:55pm
Hi everyone, i am new to the forum.
I own a kuga automatic 4x4 power shift late 2010.
The problem is that I when the engine start and I move from
P position to D or even R, the car won't move at all.
I checked if there is a leak of oil underneath the car or the cable is damaged but everything
Seems to be ok.
The car has only 80000km only.
Anyone had the same problem and if there is something I must check before
I disambly the transmission.
There is the code error P0700.

Thanks for your help
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https://www.obd-codes.com/p0700
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Hi helipilot,

The thing is that the car won't move at all.
Any clue?
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My previous car jeep had same problem, p0700 p0702, new battery And problem solved. Low voltage And transmission blocked gear selector, new battery and everything got back to normal.

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Will check the battery..many thanks!! Any other possibilities?
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Quick check of all the brake lights might be an idea selector can sometimes think pedal has been applied
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You mean the brake lights may be on? How this could be possible?
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sorry typo I meant a fault in the brake lights ( switch or bulbs ) may seem like the brake pedal hasn't been pressed
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Thanks, will check that this afternoon and let you know.. in the mean time, if anyone has others idea. Thanks to all of you
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Hi everyone, so I took down the gearbox and I found out that the clutch is moving.. I don't think that is right!!! Does that mean that the clutch is damaged? No many professional wants to repair the gearboxes dct450 in France. it seems that in the UK its popular. If anyone could help? Many thanks
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Originally posted by Faouzz1 Faouzz1 wrote:

Hi everyone, so I took down the gearbox and I found out that the clutch is moving.. I don't think that is right!!! Does that mean that the clutch is damaged? No many professional wants to repair the gearboxes dct450 in France. it seems that in the UK its popular. If anyone could help? Many thanks

Are you an engineer iff not a very brave man to strip a powershift box the cluch plate or plates will have certain amount of movement they live in a sealed chamber hydraulic presure pushes them together to take up drive .
I think your faults more likely lie in the electrical side off things as others have said be
Intresting to hear the result off your investigations.
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Hi hillibilly,
As I said, I remove the gearbox and I found out that the clutch is moving 1to 2 mm..that's unusual and I believe that's the main problem.
There was oil leaking from this part too.
I would like to post a video but don't know how.
In the meantime, I got in touch with Sussex auto in UK to order a kit repair for dct450 clutch. Will let u know how it goes.

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