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OBD II Code P1756.

My check engine light came on and the code is P1756 GOVERNOR Mid PRESSURE MALFUNCTION. What is this? And how do i fix it?

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Could be a bad sensor, but it's transmission related. Anything affecting internal trans pressures should be taken care of by a reputable trans shop.

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