Hi, I'm a new Dodge owner. I bought myself a 2001 5.2 4x4 the other day with 94k miles. Not a bad truck it seems so far. I've expected to have to put some work into it. Done front U-joints and wheel bearings so far. It's got the check engine light on with codes:
P1763 Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too High
The tranny sounds like it's making sort of a whining sound. Much like an outdoor hose spigot when it's almost shut off, like there might be air in the fluid or something. It was low and I topped it off (ATF+4) but no difference. It seems to actually shift fine, fluid looks okay.
So basically, I was thinking of doing the check valve fix I read about as well as a fluid and filter change. Sounds like I might replace that governor sensor as well while I'm inside the tranny as well as check for lose and rubbing wires to that sensor.
What do you all think of the whining sound? Is this a normal Dodge noise? I don't know much about them and I wasn't able to find anything about a whining noise. As well, besides what I mentioned, any fixes or other preventative maintenance I should do?