Q: Code P1754

asked by on February 08, 2016

I am getting code P1754 input clutch solenoid valve circuit malfunction.

When you get this code on your vehicle it can be the first sign of an internal transmission failure. I would check the transmission fluid first. If it is really dark or dirty then there is an internal failure. If the fluid looks fine then the problem is commonly in the valve body and replacement of the transmission valve body will be needed.

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