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Trouble code P1756 means: Governor pressure not equal to target at 15-20 ps
Governor pressure in the trans is not correct. Fairly easy fix. Drop the trans pan and get a governor pressure solenoid from your local dealer. Bolts in pretty easy.

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P1756 is the code I am getting when my check engine light comes on in my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited


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Trouble code P1756 means: Governor pressure not equal to target at 15-20 ps
Governor pressure in the trans is not correct. Fairly easy fix. Drop the trans pan and get a governor pressure solenoid from your local dealer. Bolts in pretty easy.

I hope this helps. Mike from fixya

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I have a 2000 dodge durango slt 5.9 2x4 had it diagnosed due to my transmission code p1756 came up which is the governor pressure sensor.that was the only thing that came up what can i do


P1756 (M) GOV Press Not Equal to Target @
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a tranny shop will have to fix this, it is in tranny on bottom. Suspect faulty solenoid.

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I have a 2002 jeep grand cherokee laredo 4wd. I have a trans code of P1756 and vehicle feels like it has no power and shifts hard. What is this code? and how difficult of a repair is it to do? Thanks


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWXaoC3Qi...

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P1756 what does this mean: It is transmission related, difinition is: transmission governor pressure not equal to target...its a transmission code this is a common failure... have seen these governer pressure sensors fail often.... most codes are governer pressure sensor volts too high or low, governer pressure sensor not equal to target.. Most of the time you replace the governer pressure sensor and soleniod.. I would recommend you to fix this problem if not you will end up burning the clutches in the trans... The trans pan needs to be removed....the sensor is bolted to the valve body and is located on the pass front side of the valve body.

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What this code mean p1756


Governor pressure in the trans is not correct. Fairly easy fix. Drop the trans pan and get a governor pressure solenoid from your local dealer. Bolts in pretty easy.

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Hi I'm litoshop code p1756 is gov press not equal to target @ 15 to 20 psi this is a transmission code good luck if this information has been useful please let us know thank you

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OBD II Code P1756.


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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