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P0740 an P1710 an P1740 codes on 2001 acura

Suv starts but stalls I know it needs serviced but is my transmission bad or just in need of service?

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Your trans and T/C are likely toast with those codes. But stalling is another problem which could be plugs, fuel, coils, or ?

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You will need to pull it ,and have it rebuilt. Need to be careful,because they usually don't touch the diff,on a trans axle rebuilt

I would get a reman from the dealer and have a shop R&R yours,then return the core.

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Your service person is spot on. Yes you should have it done. I can attest to your skepticism but I think those horror stories come from some of the independent and/or quick lube places. If it's the dealer doing the work, they guarantee parts & labor for one year. Your service person is looking out for you

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Will not idle when you come to a stop. it will start back up and run.


Given this limited amount of information, my first thought is that your transmissions lock-up torque converter is not releasing.

It is an automatic transmission.......correct?

I need to know if the engine flat out dies as your vehicle stops... or does it spit and sputter... then die slowly????

If it dies very quickly just as your car is coming to rest:
There is a solenoid (electriclly actuated) valve inside the tranny pan. It is usually servicable without removing the transmission. It locks up your converter under certain conditions; and should release it when you apply the brakes and/or slow down.

If the lockup converter fails to release as you come to a stop, your engine will die abruptly.
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