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Have a P0740 code showing up every couple days on my 2001 Grand Cherokee LTD with 110,000 miles, but vehicle runs fine

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That code tells you that there is a problem with the transmission torque converter or the circuit that controls it. Does the rpm drop down at about 45mph or does it remain the same? Also, if you tap the brake do the rpm's go up for a moment? (that verifies it was engaged)

Posted on May 31, 2010

  • Coop555 Nov 23, 2010

    If your transmission does a power dive, the problem is mechanical. the torque converter is the very first thing mechanics look at.

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