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Old 12-18-2016, 07:27 AM   #1
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Default saturn 2002 sl2 p0741 160,000 miles torque converter or something else?

my 2002 saturn sl2 has spit out p0741 code, and while driving it barely hesitates when shifting, but it does hesitate to shift, will run up to 3500 rpms before shifting up or down. consistently when shifting down not so much when upshifting. turns over just fine, and shakes kind of rough when idling, i think the engine mounts are just bad and need to be replaced for that, idles at about 800-100 rpms. tranny fluid is clean and fresh(red in color no burning or metal bits) when it does finally shift down the engine doesn't die or even stutter. no grinding or slam shifting. and what worries me the most is even after a short drive, i can hear what i think is the transmission clicking like its overheating. could that be the torque converter or is it the valve body/solenoids? maybe something else entirely?
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