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Old 02-24-2011, 10:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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'06 crd p1740

Just got home and my truck threw a P1740 code. Torque converter clutch or OD solenoid performance. Quick search shows that this is pretty common with aftermarket torque converters. The tranny has not been shifting too well lately. Hauled my rig to KOH and it DID NOT like shifting in the passes at all ('06 CRD, two crawlers on the trailer, 50,000 miles, BD tranny re-built by reputible shop). From the quick web search I did, it appears that the code itself is no big deal. Everybody seems to just clear it every time it comes back. I'm more concerned about the shuttle-shift that keeps happening.

So, I guess my piont is, does anybody know what I should do? I'm pretty close to just trading it in and going back to a Duramax.
Jon The Man With The Plan
Rockware 3-seat buggy, 14 Ford F250 6.7L tow rig/dd, 89 Defender 110
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