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Ok, we have a 2019 Explorer XLT that the battery went dead on after setting for aprox 5 weeks without being used. After getting it restarted by jumping and running the unit for about 40 miles over 2 days, the CEL light is On and also the Wrench light showing a PowerTrain problem. The Wrench light showing a PowerTrain problem says in manual. The manual then tells you to contact service dept. What a ******* answer after telling you to see manual. What is the correct procedure without taking it to a dealer (being they are closed here in Pennsylvania) Thanks to our Governor. Is it just better to keep driving it, will it Relearn it's Program ? The tranny appears to Not Downshift properly and clunking when moving from a stopped position, also the Sport shift mode doesn't want to change gears when trying to downshift. Thanks.
 

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Ok, we have a 2019 Explorer XLT that the battery went dead on after setting for aprox 5 weeks without being used. After getting it restarted by jumping and running the unit for about 40 miles over 2 days, the CEL light is On and also the Wrench light showing a PowerTrain problem. The Wrench light showing a PowerTrain problem says in manual. The manual then tells you to contact service dept. What a *** answer after telling you to see manual. What is the correct procedure without taking it to a dealer (being they are closed here in Pennsylvania) Thanks to our Governor. Is it just better to keep driving it, will it Relearn it's Program ? The tranny appears to Not Downshift properly and clunking when moving from a stopped position, also the Sport shift mode doesn't want to change gears when trying to downshift. Thanks.
I know this post is 2 years old, but it is identical to what I am experiencing after disconnecting the battery for a day. Did you resolve the issue, and if so, what did you do.
 
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