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My friend's truck keeps pullin this code...

P1747 b EPC EPC solenoid short circuit Short circuit, faulty solenoid, PCM shorted to ground

Any techs got some info to help!

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i guess no one wants to help.. lol

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p1747 ,solenoid itself, maybe pull the pan and make sure no chaffed wiring inside trans pan is where i would start


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also just one thing that i have seen is the connector at the right rear of the trans getting moisture inside it and also wil push trans fluid up thru it and short it out , if there is fluid in it , will need to replace solenoid body


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post #5 of 6 Old 08-03-2007, 10:47 AM Thread Starter
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Is it hard to do? He just got a rebuilt trans, and he's gone a few miles so he should probably change the tranny fluid anyway....

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not hard at all , like i say check the conections and wiring god first before buying a expensive solenoid body, and if he has to drop the pan hell have to get new fluid anyway


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