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Old 05-14-2010, 01:08 PM
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Hey all im new on this forum.. But i replaced the trans on my 1996 dodge ram 1500 4X4 due to it slipping badly. I then read about the electrical problems that could cause the trans to slip again and i replaced my o2 sensors, and my harness from the trans back had to be replaced along with the trans govenor. I have just recently gotten the manufactuar transmission control trouble code back... Are there any ideas as to why this is happening? If it helps since ive gotten the code back my left rear turn signal and third breaklight wont work unless i hit a bump then it comes on... Maybe there is another electrical problem tied into all of this? Any help is appreciated

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And the trans code is...?
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And the trans code is...?
Ah i am at school right now.. Once i get home ill put the trouble code up asap.
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Wow i cant believe it has taken me this long to reply.... But The code is P1757
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Outside of rechecking the wiring to make 100% sure you don't have an open circuit, there isn't much else you can do unless you have a set of pressure test gauges and DRB III access. If the wiring is good, you're going to need professional help.
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have code P1757 with engine light on, is it the govenor sensor gone again?
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Do you mean P0757?
1757 does not show in my code guides.

P0757= Shift solenoid B stuck in on position.

But it could be a ''cascading code'' , meaning it derives from another sensor, usually the TPS.
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P1757 is what comes up
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Well my guide must be missing a page lol.

Remove the transmission pan and replace the governor pressure solenoid and transducer. There are 3 7/16 or 11mm bolt heads and 2 25mm torque bolts, then remove the bracket holding the sensors up to the valve body. also ajust the bands if needed at that time.

Metal shavings can get stuck in there as they are magnetic. Those 2 sensors are a nuisance apparently lol.

Your lights not working sure point to an electrical problem, but not sure they are related. Unless you notice your tranny slipping only when they are not on........
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lights are fine the engine light is on
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