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Where is the transmission relay at on a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer ES?

The transmission does not have a fuse, only a power-up relay located in the under hood fuse panel, near the front of the panel.

If there is a problem with this relay, your transmission will reduce to fail safe mode only. Fail safe is the mechanical-only control which leaves you with Park, Reverse and 3rd gear only, provided there are no internal failures.

What exactly is the problem you are having?

Jun 25, 2015 | 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer

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Code p1751

No encontramos el relay de la transmision

Mar 27, 2014 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD

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Trans stuck in limp mode i'm getting a p1751 code

P 1751 Shift Solenoid" A" performance. The solenoid is part of the transmission valve body and yes if this solenoid fails you will get limp mode.The only solution is a new solenoid may be even the wires to it or even the transmission module

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Service engine light came on the code is P1751. where is shift selenoid located on 2003 ford zx2

All of the shift solenoids are located inside the transmission attached to the hydraulic control valve body, to access them you must remove the pan located on the bottom of the transmission.

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Is expense to fix the problem P1751 Manfucurer control tramission

It could be one of 3 things: 1) A/T Relay 2) Loose Connector or 3) Failed PCM. But, the root cause may be a leaking heater core getting some of the previously mentioned parts wet. The relay switch is only about $20, the loose connectors are not hard to check, but the PCM is expensive. If the problem has persisted for too long, it may have damaged the transmission itself. Don't take your car to Aamco because they did me wrong. If you smell anti-freeze inside of your care, especially while the heater is running, the heater core would be the first thing you need to do to solve the problem.

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I scanned and get codes 1751 pd and 1751 trans will not shift 2001 diamante

P1751 A/T Control Relay>>>Check power circuit to automatic trans (A/T) control relay, AND RELAY ITSELF FOR PROPER OPERATION!!

Oct 10, 2010 | 2001 Mitsubishi Diamante

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My engine light is on and the machine gives a code P1751, what is that? It's a 2002 Mitsubishi Diamante

p1751= auto transmission control relay malfunction.according to mitsubishi it's 1 of 3 things.pretty straightforward.either the relay is bad,loose connector,or failed pcm (powertrain control module.

Jul 21, 2010 | 2002 Mitsubishi Diamante

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2005 Lancer, Fault Code P1751, Lost Speedo, SRS light

my mitshubishi lancar petrol car is consuming more fuel and giving black smoke

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2001 Mitsubishi Diamante OBD2 cod p1751... where is the A/T relay

Has this symptom occured several times or just a one off? If the trans works OK I wouldn't mess with it.You know what they say about sleeping dogs! I think Mitsis are not that strong in the auto trans department

May 16, 2009 | 2001 Mitsubishi Diamante

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RE: Check Engine Codes: P1723 = A/T Control Relay Open/Short Ground P1751 = Front Right Speed Sensor *Wanted to see how complex of a "fix...

The P1751,front right speed sensor has to do with the anti lock brake system.You have to look at it,and determine if the sensor itself is built INTO the wheel bearing,or if the sensor just bolts to a bracket.If it bolts to a bracket,pretty easy to remove and replace.If the sensor is built into,or part of the wheel bearing assembly,much more difficult and time consuming repair as the entire wheel bearing would require replacing.........The P1723, Automatic Transmission control relay open/short is going to require a digital volt ohm meter,and electrical expertise.The wires to and from the relay are going to have to be backprobed and checked for continuity which is also going to require electrical diagrams showing where the wires begin and end,and what terminals are involved in the circuit.This type of information is only available through pay sources such as All Data,Mitchell Manuals,etc.You could also buy a Chilton manual specifically for your vehicle model,but leaf through it first before buying and see if the electrical diagrams you need are in it.Good luck.

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