What does P1762 mean?

What does P1762 mean?

P1762 Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Volts Too Low Or High.

What does P1757 code mean?

In order to change gears properly, the TCM has to be able to control a number of components including the front brake solenoid valve. If there is an issue with the Nissan FR/B Solenoid Circuit, a P1757 OBDII code will be set.

What is code P1763?

Error Code P1763 appears when the PCM (powertrain control module, also known as ECM or engine control module in other vehicle makes) determines that the voltage coming off of the governor pressure sensor is higher than the specified and normal pressure, which is at 4.89V or more for at least 8.5 seconds.

What is code P1757 on Dodge?

DTC sets if governor pressure sensor is greater than 3 psi (. 2 kg/cm2 ) when requested pressure is zero with governor pressure solenoid duty cycle at 95 percent for 2.65 seconds. Test must fail twice to set DTC .

What is a governor sensor?

The governor sensor measures the governor pressure in the circuit to tell the computer to add or take away pressure. If either the solenoid or sensor fail you may have a no shift, wrong gear starts or shift timing issues.

What replaces a governor in a transmission?

This valve has been replaced in electronic transmissions by the (VSS) Vehicle Speed Sensor. The TCM uses the VSS signal for vehicle speed and the (TPS) Throttle Position Sensor signal for the engine load.