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I'm having problems with my 97 Dodge Ram truck. Code P1757 is displaying and I have replaced the transmission governor sensors twice and the problem persists. I'm at my wits end with this, can someone enlighten me. Thx

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Cannot find this code in the GM code list ,its a auto which i have to admit i have little experiance of .I would suggest you ask a local mechanic with experiance of auto boxes who might hit it with a hammer in the right place and it will be ok ,although from the limited experiance of auto boxes that i have i have often just changed the gearbox computer and its all worked again especially where the computer is mounted under the engine compartment .Sorry for a negative answer here but i just do not know please remember that when i learnt cars were made of metal and the car radio had valves in them

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It's located under the transmission pan. Once off, you'll see 2 pieces on the passanger side of the valvebody. One is the gov sensor, the other is the gov sonenoid. I recommend replacing them both if your having a governor problem. Remove 4 7/16 bolts and 2 t25 torx screws to remove. Don't tear the gasket on the plate they're in and reuse it. Piece of cake. Trust me, replace them both. 15 year dodge dealer tech.

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Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to replace the transmission speed sensor

usually they are at the back of the tranny with a 2 wire plugin and one bolt holding it in...if not it may be part of your rear ABS sensor in your rear end...do you have any codes about ABS

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SOURCE: diagnostic code p1899 on my 2000 dodge ram 1500

that code is "P/N Switch Stuck in Park or in Gear"

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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SOURCE: 2005 Dodge Ram Automatic transmission problem

i had this problem with a friends 05 dodge 3500. i dropped the pan off the transmission, changed the governor pressure soleniod, trans filter and adjusted front and rear bands. also increased transmission pressure. this solved the problem he was having. you will need to have pressure gauges and a few special wrenches to do this yourself. also there is a valve in the transmission lines that has to be drilled out. this work not recommened unless you know what you are doing.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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I have a 97 1500 5.9 code P1757 came on and now truck starts but dyes when i put it in gear


Code P1757 - Shift (Solenoid B) Circuit Short. There for not going in gear properly. I assume this is a Dodge

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The manufacters code number is p1757 what that mean?


that's a transmission code and it sensing the pressure is not right within the transmission,you need to take it in to a dealer and have them check this driving it like this can cause transmission problems with it ,,P1757....Governor pressure is above 3 psi when 0 psi is requested,this needs to be checked at a dealer ,good luck. PS if i were you id just do a complete service on it ,change the fluid and filter ,have it done at a transmission shop and you get a warranty on their work,that's the best route to go,they,ll also know what to do about the trouble code with it,good luck

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What does code p1757 means?


Its a transmission code for the governor, the exact code description is " Governor pressure above 3psi in gear with MPH 0.
Either an input or output speed sensor is malfunctioning or the governor, governors go a lot on those transmissions.

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I have a 2000 Dodge Dakota 4wd 5.9 liter V/8 code is p1757 reads undefined code?


P1757 Chrysler

Governor pressure above 3 psi at 0 MPH
- ECM detected vehicle not moving yet governor pressure is above 0 psi

Probable Cause[s]

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icon1.gif RE: Transmission Codes P1757 & P1762 Remove the transmission pan and replace the governor pressure solenoid and transducer. There are 3 7/16 or 11mm bolt heads and 2 25mm torque bolts, then remove the bracket holding the sensors up to the valve body. also ajust the bands if needed at that time. __________________

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I had a tranny gasket leak i changed it and about 2 days later engine light came on took it to the local auto parts and put the computer on it. he gave me the code P 1757 said it had something to do with...


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P1757 Transmission control pressure not equal to target. (Zero pressure problem)

Theory of Operation
The Governor Pressure Control System is used to regulate the governor pressure which controls the shifts for first, second, and third gear. The Governor Pressure Control System test verifies that the requested pressure and the actual pressure are within a predetermined tolerance.

When Monitored:
While the engine is running and the gear selector is in the Drive position.

Set Condition:
This DTC will set if the monitored Governor Pressure is greater than 41.4 kPa (6 psi) for 5 seconds while the gear selector is in the Drive position with the road speed equal to zero - six times during a drive cycle. The transmission oil temperature must be between 23 - 88° C (73 - 190° F).

Possible Causes
OTHER TRANSMISSION DTC'S PRESENT
5 VOLT SUPPLY CIRCUIT OPEN
5 VOLT SUPPLY CIRCUIT OPEN INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION
TRANSMISSION OIL BURNT OR OIL PAN HAS EXCESSIVE DEBRIS - INTERNAL TRANSMISSION DAMAGE
GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR
GOVERNOR PRESSURE SOLENOID
VALVE BODY
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE 5 VOLT SUPPLY
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE

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I have had to replace the governor on those dodge transmissions, and there is a filtering metal mesh screen around the governor inlet port that seems to always get plugged up with small metal shavings. The governor is located under the transmission pan to the rear of the main valve body.

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Have a code P1757 showing .. What is it? 2005 Dodge 3500 5.9 Diesel 48RE auto trans


P1757=Governor pressure is above 3 PSI when 0 PSI is requested,
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P1757code p1762 code


P1757 verbiage is "Governor pressure above 3 PSI at 0 MPH". This circuit is continuously monitored with the engine running, not in park or neutral and the MIL not illuminated. The monitor must fail twice to illuminate the MIL. The MIL will illuminate as soon as it fails twice.

If you have any other DTCs set you need to determine their cause first as they could cause this DTC to set. Your idea of deleting the code and driving the vehicle is good because it will ensure that there is a problem, unless it's very intermittent. Based on my experience, this DTC will appear in vehicles that have not had regular transmission filter changes/flushes, in extremely cold weather or some combination of the two.

P1762 - Governor Pressure Sensor (GPS) Offset Volts Too Low Or High. This code will set if the governor pressure is out of range in Park or Neutral for 1.3 seconds. Three consecutive bad 3.0 second tests and sump temperature is greater than 50° F and less than 260° F are required to set the code.
Some of the possible causes are:
  • Transmission fluid level and condition
  • Powertrain Control Module
  • Sensor ground circuit open
  • Intermittent GPS signal
  • 5 volt supply circuit open inside transmission
  • GPS ground circuit open inside transmission
  • Bad GPS
There is little you can do to troubleshoot the system with out a Chrysler DRB scan tool. There are some voltage and resistance tests you can do and I would suggest looking in the Motors Transmission Manual for the proper procedures. You can find the Motors Transmission Manual in the Reference Section of your local Public Libra

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