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What do these codes mean? P1763 and P1762

What do these codes mean? P1763 and P1762

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Those codes indicate an issue with the Governor pressure sensor and the transducer which you'll have to replace. To replace them you'll have to drop the transmission pan to see them. Remove the bolts and disconnect the wiring clips to remove them.

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Laredo. What are the probable causes of DTCs P1762 and P1763?

implies asking us to guess? wildlythe 7 codes

P1 mean factory code, (so only jeep codes work)
the 7 means tranny errors.

please read the page in the FSM that explains each.
YJ jeep it is; (usa)
click emmision
chapter 25
page pdf #15 , see?

The Governor Pressure Sensor input is above an
acceptable voltage level.
(so in all cases)
1: the sensor is good and not fibbing
2: or is bad. or has bad wiring connections to it.
if #1 the transmission needs service, might have bad pressure reg. do the line pressure tests?

does it shift oddly.
does it pass the stall test. in the manual.

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both those codes are for your transmission governor pressure sensor .and your pressure sensor .to fit them drop the pan in your gearbox .remove your filter chance to change that will it is off. now you can see both your parts.pull off the plug from your governor pressure sensor and pull off the pressure sensor and replace it.i do not know your level of skill to understand may need a garage to do this.

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I have a ODB II code reader giving p1763, p1762, p0303

Your right about the two codes. It's really a transmission part.
As soon as you open up the transmission pan, it right there.
f0d99d5.jpg But, I would leave this up to a transmission place. It may need a special type of calibration tool for the new sensor.

As for PO303, that is a missfire in cylinder #3

I hope I answered your question.

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Grand Cherokee laredo P1763 and P1762

It's a transmission related problem, that you should have looked at a.s.a.p. to avoid costly transmission repairs down the road. Have it scanned at a reputable transmission repair place, dealer, or mechanic you trust. The drain pan will have to come off to perform repair, so have a transmission service (filter & fluid) done while your at it, unless it was done recently.

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