P1743 CHEVROLET code

What is a torque converter clutch solenoid?

The torque converter clutch solenoid is an electronic component that helps to measure the fluid pressure and regulate how much fluid the lockup clutch receives. If the solenoid is faulty, there won’t be an accurate measure of how much transmission fluid is a need which could lead to abnormal fluid pressures.

What does p1752 code mean?

The input clutch solenoid valve is operated by the TCM in relation to the data received from the park neutral position switch, throttle position sensor and vehicle speed sensor.

Where is the torque converter clutch solenoid located?

► What Does a Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid do? Positioned between the rear of the engine and the front of the transmission is the torque converter. The torque converter is responsible for transmitting the engine’s torque and power to the transmission.

How much does it cost to replace a torque converter clutch solenoid?

On average individual solenoids cost between $15-$30, with prices reaching as high as $100, according to Autoservicecosts. Depending on the number of solenoids you need to replace and service time, labor costs will range from $70–$150.

Can you replace a torque converter clutch solenoid?

Getting a solenoid replaced varies depending on your vehicle and the level of labor you need. TCC solenoids are not expensive, and you can expect to pay between $15-40 on average. However, for larger vehicles, prices can exceed $100 for the part. Labor will often run between $150-250.

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What happens when a torque converter solenoid goes bad?

When the torque converter starts malfunctioning, you may feel shuddering and even slipping in overdrive. You usually notice your car shuddering because it feels like it’s vibrating. Your car will vibrate even when you’re not going very fast. The shuddering makes the car lag and is very noticeable.