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Old 03-11-2010, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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code p1754

Check engine light came on with code 1754.Dealer says stuck trans throttle motor.Shifts late to second and hard.Is this the external motor on the drivers side of the trans?Can it be repaired or buy new?
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Do you have a Smarty or anyway to clear the code? I've had this happend in the past, all I would do is clear the code and start it up, good to go at that point. It's pretty easy to remove the TV motor, just 2 bolts and a plug. I'm pretty sure you can remove the top cover and inspect the gears inside. This was just hear say but I've heard they cost around $160??Let me know how this works out for ya..ROB
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Had to buy one from the dealer at $300 cnd.Top cover is sealed with a crimped on band. The PLASTIC ????? gear inside lost a few teeth.A trans rebuilder freind said it is common. The dealer stocks the part.
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