I have a 1999 Mazda 626 with the CD4E transmission that had the engine code 1744. The transmission in my car would slip after the fluid was warm. My car had 123000 miles on it and had the transmission rebuilt once before. There are brass bushings inside this transmission that were worn out on my car. I bought a newer CD4E transmission from Ebay (40,000 miles) and put a shift kit in in with a new torque cnverter and new gaskets. The shift kit comes with drill bits to increase the size of the lub ports to increase oil flow to bushings. The previous rebuild was $1200 but obviously they did not change all the parts that needed changed or used the wrong parts. These transmissions are expensive and can be hard to find. I got one from a Ford Escape but had to use the old bell housing because the Ford Escape has a different starter mount. I was told they could not be interchanged but for me it worked.
Take it to a transmission shop
i have a 2000 mazda 626 with a 1744 code. i was able to pull the code but my scanner wont tell me what it is for. what does this code represent and how do i fix it?
A transmission code of 1744 might mean that the transmission fluid is old and needs to be changed. It might also mean that the transmission fluid is low. Cleaning the transmission filter and adding fresh fluid will usually take care of this problem.
This code is for the Transmission Range sensor located on top of the Transmission beneath the airbox.
Trouble code P0730 means:Incorrect gear ratio
Ford, Mazda, it doesn't matter, it's the same transmission in both Mazda and ford.
The code indicates the torque converter clutch system is stuck in the off position. This can be caused by dirty transmission fluid. Tyr dropping the transmission pan and replacing the fluid and filter before taking it to a transmission repair shop.
it a transmission slipping code
Mazda 626 1.8Ltr 1997-2002 Engine code FP Is an interference engine.
I believe there is an information sticker that can be seen with the drivers door open Transmission code " D " is a Mitsubishi manual transmission Transmission code " X " is a Toyo Koygo 4 speed manual transmission Transmission code " 5 " is a Toyo Koygo 5 speed manual transmission on a 1987 Ford Ranger according to ( www . the ranger station . com , no spaces , click on Tech Library ) The website shows that the Mazda transmission was used from 1988 on
Mazda 5 speed transmission M5OD-R1 is the one you have in your ranger...and f150 would have the same code on the door sticker but the tranny is a M5OD-R2
Its a dealer code, transmission related. Take it to your dealer for professional diagnosis. just had it done dude it is the torque converter look up the code p1744 and it will tell u