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Code P0174 05 Corolla

Just purchased an 05 Corolla w/ 70,000 miles. Within 1 day check engine light showed code P0174. Dealer replaced torque converter. Next day same code came up.

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I don't show any po174 for an 05 corolla. But I do show a po741, if thats the code you're getting.
It means theres a problem with the torque converter
clutch system. It could be the tcc solenoid. Either way, it's related to what you just had done.
Good luck.

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