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Diagnostics "P1762 Manufac. Contrl. Transmission"

I have 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the engine light on. Diagnostics showed p1762 "Manufac. Contrl Transmission" What do I do?

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Tranny guy says the gov sensor has magnets that are too close to the metal pan and they don't last long, this is the second time in 3 years 2002 jgl

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Had the same code on my 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Started having shifting problems as well. Code is for governor pressure sensor on trans. Cost me about $800 for dealer to fix. No problems after part changed out.

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