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I have 02 dakota with codes p1762 and p1763 when code is present truck will not accelerate and feels like theres no power. when u clear code for a sec or so truck is normal but sets code right away again

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  • terry1978 Sep 28, 2010

    i have changed the transmission and still have the same problem i wouldnt think i would have 2 bad sensors in 2 different transmissions ?

  • terry1978 Sep 28, 2010

    thanks i will let u know what i find out but the transmission had a bad vibratioin around 1800 rpm anyways that problem is fixed but still have this problem truck is driving me crazy as you may have guessed i was told this truck did this before and the computer was changed and fixed it any how i will get back at it and will let u know the out come

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Check your fuel pump pressure at the rail. These codes are an indication that the fuel pressure sensor is faulty or the fuel pump is not bringing the Fuel pressure to the proper level. The first is a warning there is a problem, the second is telling you the pressure is too high which can cause damage to the injector assemblies. The only things that increase pressure are a faulty Fuel pump or blockage issue. This is possibly caused by the Filter being partially clogged and the pump nit compensating but is most likely the fuel pump itself.

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P1763 - (M) Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too High Voltage greater than 4.89 volts. (4-speed auto. Trans. Only)

P1762 - (M) Governor Pressure Sen Offset Volts Too Low Or High Sensor input greater or less than calibration for 3 consecutive Neutral/Park occurances. (4-speed auto. Trans. Only)

These will put the transmission in limp mode. Limp mode is when the truck is basically stuck in 3rd gear. The sensor mentioned above will usually resolve your problem. The Governor Pressure Sensor is not real hard to change. And not real expensive. Just drop the pan and it is right there. You can get the Governor Pressure Sensor at about any auto parts store. Or off of EBAY.

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    Rodney Clark Sep 28, 2010

    No. I didn't know that you had changed the transmission. This would be the PCM. Or the ATR. The power train control module is what sends the signal for the transmission to shift. And the ATR or automatic transmission relay is what actually shifts the transmission. Either one of these will cause the transmission to be stuck in LIMP mode. The best thing to do is find a transmission shop and they should have a scanner that will go in more depth as far as what is causing the p1762 and p1763 codes. It's a shame that you changed transmissions when the ATR is only about $15 and very well could be the problem. Most transmission shops will put the truck on the scanner and tell you what the problem is.

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