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Old 11-24-2007, 05:38 PM
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Ford F150 - CEL Code P1740 - TCC Solenoid Bad Inductive Signature

OK, so I just bought a 2000 F-150 and it decided to throw a P1740 code on me. I reset it and it came back a few days later.
FYI: The transmission in this was replaced with a 2004 4R70W transmission just a few months ago.
Any ideas? I'm thinking I need to replace the TCC Solenoid. I'd love to hear about the procedure, but from what I can see under the car and in diagrams I'll need to drop the pan to get to it. If so, any caveats? I'd hate to drop the pan and cause more harm than good.

Also, another idea I had was that maybe there's something different about the 2004 4R70W transmission that the 2000 computer doesn't like and therefore throws codes????
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