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Old 01-17-2009, 7:20 PM   #1
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Cel p1710

My check engine light came on.Code p1710. Anyone know what this is? Thanks for your help.
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I dont see a 1710 in the manual but any thing 1700+ is trans related. DO you still fall under the trans warranty?
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i just bought this car used so i dont think i have any warranty. I saw transaxle when searching the code so you are right that it is trans related.
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What year is your car & how many miles?
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2003 with 160XXX miles
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Being a 2003 your probably not in the covered vin range, and with the miles your out side it. Odds are you have a trans failure coming up. Do you notice any harshness going into gear or any minute slippage between shifts (most noticeably the 2 to 3 shift)
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no harshnass or slipage.Everything feels smooth right now but I will pay close attention to 2 and 3 shift. I still have to find out the exact problem for code p1710 so I can fix this before any trans failure.
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p1710 is a problem in 1st-hold Switch Circuit on the transmission gear selector
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p1710 is a problem in 1st-hold Switch Circuit on the transmission gear selector
does that mean i just needto replace that switch?thx
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here are the instructions to properly diagnose the code.

http://uploading.com/files/85SD40HY/1710.pdf.html

I hope that helps. How come we cant upload files to acurazine?
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I just looked over the pdf again and part of step 6 got left out. Here is the rest of it.

YES - Repair open in the wire between PCM connector terminal E14 and the 1st-hold switch.

NO - Go to step 7.
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