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Difference between 1740 and 740 codes.

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:24 AM
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Default Difference between 1740 and 740 codes.

Cant find the proper info anywhere online. Even searched here. I'm still getting a p0740 code even after replacing TCC solenoid. Its like the torque converter has a mind of its own after about 45 in third gear. My friend has a B&m converter if its the converter. Any opinions welcome.
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Which code are you asking about? Here's a good thread on the P1740 code:


Might be time for a rebuild.

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