I knew the main problem was the kick down cable, or should i say what started this whole mess!!!
the cable is 50 bucks but the shop wants to charge me 200 total to replace it, but if he rebuilds the tranny everything is included in one price, thats why i havent "fix" that yet cause i figure it will be cheaper if just did it that way.
If i fix the cable, change the solenoids to fix the code P1757 and P1762 Flush trans, New Filter Maybe the car can last me the mechanic said, and tht will cost me about 500-600 to do. or he said i can pay him 2k and have him rebuild the whole thing and fix and install.. i know is 1500 more.. but what if i change it all, 3 weeks later goes bad and now i have to spend an extra 2k plus the 500 600 i already spent!!
oh ok thats y ur tranny went haywire cause its all electronic mines a 95 and its not all electronic when mine was doing it shifted super fast then going into overdrive it would like go into nuetral before it went into overdrive so it would rpm up then slam into over drive lol man automatic trannys are weird i wish i had a 5 speed lol
So i went to a different "shop" today. and they told me they can:
Replace solenoid and governors for errors P1757 and P1762
Flush the trans and put a new one..
For 650.00 what do u guys think??
He also said that if problem comes back within 90 days he can put the 650.00 towards the 1600 Rebuild..
Thanks again and any new coments are always welcome!
Why not try the cable first, clear codes and see what happens.
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yeah i guess i can do that, i just figured if the P1757 and P1762 codes came thru, and is such a common problem.. those probably need to changed?? just a guess..
the kick down cable modulates line pressure, the sensors tell the computer what the line pressure is. if the sensors are bad they'll throw those codes, if the kick down cable is not adjusted correctly or is missing it'll throw the same codes.
'97 zj 5.2, some stuff, some other suff, and some things that even work sometimes.