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P1762 The check engine light came on my Jeep Cherokee 2001, 6 cylinder, 4.0 liter engine. The ODB code is P1762 ("GOV Pressure Sen Offset Volts Too Low Or High"). I was told that this means that I will need to replace the governor pressure sensor, which is located in the governor body on the valve body transfer plate. Does anyone know if this is true and if so, is it easy to do myself?

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Looks like the fautl code refers to the stuck solenoid on the shift control valve which is in the valve body.
It is a job that requires lots of precision and probably if you take the valve body out you'll need a plan to reassemble it...I would suggest getting it to a specialist.
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Both codes are refered at the governor pressure sensor; I am 99% certain that is bad. Just replace it. Check the voltage on the Light Green/White wire at pin 29 in the white PCM connector with key ON, engine OFF (KOEO). It should be about 0.5-0.7 volts.

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As soon as you open up the transmission pan, it right there.
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