It is the same code. It drove fine over the weekend with no codes. After they replaced the drivers side axil the code came back. FCA had them bleed the hydraulic system like before, but the transmission still will not give up the code and allow shifts. When this first happened they bled they hydraulic system and it was working fine on the lift, that is when FCA told them to change out the whole actuator system. So since they are no longer getting results with over the phone troubleshooting, they are sending the engineers out. They will not be out till Monday or Tuesday according to the dealer.Is it still P2872? That code has come up on several vans but a reset seems to “fix” it for some time on most. For those new to the forum it’s a generic code that indicates "CLUTCH "A" STUCK ENGAGED” which isn’t. It is easy to see why FCA is baffled if the actuator and wiring as well as the TCU has been changed!
I got it once on a restart after I had tried to back out of a parking space and the E-brake was on. The code showed up hours later since I drove for a while before the restart. I read and reset it and it has not returned. I reported it to my service manager when it went in for service and they found it stored but said they could go no further as it wasn’t active and they scolded me for resetting it of course. I have not tried to recreate the situation as your experience getting it fixed has been painful to hear about. When it finally gets tracked down it will be a