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P1782 DODGE - 2/4-OD Pressure Switch Circuit
Possible causes of this code are:
- Low transmission fluid level (check level hot transmission only) - Dirty transmission fluid (has transmission been serivced at least every 60,000 miles, fluid and new filter?) - Faulty 2/4-OD Pressure Switch - 2/4-OD Pressure switch poor electrical connection - 2/4-OD Pressure switch circuit is open or shorted
P1782 DODGE Description
The pressure 2/4-OD Pressure Switch is part of the pressure switch of the transmission. The pressure switch are located in the solenoid assembly. The switch provide input information to the Transmission Control Module (TCM). The switch will inform to the TCM is pressure exist in a specified hydraulic circuit. the TCM uses this information to verified that the solenoids are working or not.
Trouble code P1762 means: Governor pressure sensor offset improper voltage.
Gov. Pressure Sensor.It is located in the valve body of the transmission and requires dropping the transmission pan to replace. Sounds much more difficult than it is. Since you have to change your fluid it's a good idea to change the trans. filter .
Do you have a 1 piece case or does the bell housing unbolt? A 700R4 usually has 3 switches on the back of the valve body.the one closest to the 1-2 accumulator (pass. side rear corner) is the fourth switch. If you have a two piece case, you have a 4L60E,the pressure switch is still on the valve body but it is an assembly,not a single switch.
The oil pressure sending unit is located to the right of the oil filter and just above the starter motor. This is on the 3.4 liter V6.
On the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder the switch is on the left (drivers) side of the cylinder head.