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Looking for definition for dtc p1744 on a mazda 626 lx

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P1744 relates to a Torque converter clutch problem. You may need to have the transmission overhauled or replaced. Hope this helps....

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

That is a Manufacture Specific Code

Google it, until you find something or
ask a dealer

Near the Transmission area,as far as codes go

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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My 2001 mazda 626 had a rebuilt transmission in 2008,code P1744, what could be wrong,car runs fine


This code is for a mechanical fault in the torque converter solonoid. Something i would definately have checked out at a transmission shop. Hope this helps you.

Aug 25, 2011 | 2001 Mazda 626

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2001 mazda 626 code p1744


P1744 - Torque Converter Clutch System Stuck in Off Position.

Either way the problem points to an internal transmission problem.
1. Drive it and see if the codes come back, and see if it is slipping in overdrive.

2. Check the transmission pressure in drive, with the overdrive on and the transmission slipping.

These transmissions have a high failure rate. Have seen internal transmission slippage that showed up in drive with the Overdrive (OD) switch on, but not with the OD switched off. It was related to the coasting clutch being on and off in that range. In that case, there was an internal mechanical transmission problem. We recommend a rebuilt transmission from the dealer and an external transmission cooler - the new rebuilt transmission will last longer.

Good luck (remember to rate this free answer).

Aug 11, 2011 | 2001 Mazda 626

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Sparkplug gap 94 mazda 626


Make: MAZDA
Model: 626 - LX
Year: 1994
Engine: L4 - 2.0L - FI - - GAS

Part Number RC12YC
GAP .044" w/DOHC (Original Equipment Manufacturer and/or Original Equipment Equivalent)


Make: MAZDA
Model: 626 - LX
Year: 1994
Engine: V6 - 2.5L - FI - - GAS

Part Number RC12MC-4
GAP .044" w/DOHC (Original Equipment Manufacturer and/or Original Equipment Equivalent)


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May 13, 2011 | Mazda 626 Cars & Trucks

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My chk engine light came on and i went to autozone and they put it on there diagnostic machine and it came up to the code p0708 definition: my transmission range switch open circuit condition probable...


your vehicle is driving good, not slipping etc... because what i can see from what im reading you have an electrical problem with the transmission wiring.. check the plugs that plug in the transmission, and follow them, im sure you will find something skint up somewhere.

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Just bought a mazda 626 LX hatchback. Noticed


This can be caused by few things but most likely by moisture. Mazda's immobilizer has this weekness that if it gets some dampness it can kick in. But to be 100% sure what was it it is best to get diagnostics test done.

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1997 mazda 626 Over Drive off light flashes and check engine light illuminates along with OBD II code P1744


OBDll 1744 says torque pressure control system mechanically stuck in off position.

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1995 mazda 626 lx when accelerateing engine light off then on


02 sensor or a list of other things. Have a tech hook it up to a testing unit and see what code it gives off.

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