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This happened to the wife's R/T w/ 23K miles. Here are some things I have learned:
1. You can check the OBD code(s) on a 2001 Durango by turning the ignition on-off-on-off-on. The code(s) will display in the digital odometer, followed by dashes and "done".

2. The 1762 code usually requires replacement of the governor pressure solenoid and sensor (transducer). I've read up on this job, and it does not look to be too tough. You will also need a filter and 2 gallons of tranny fluid. The pan gasket is supposed to be reusable.

3. Buy parts from Jeff @ Rick Hendrick Jeep (1-800-456-5337 or email ). The stuff at my local dealer was well over $200. Via Jeff, it was around $120, so it was cheaper to buy it & have it overnighted, which Jeff said he would do.

4. I was right to keep the '98 D :), because now my wife is driving it again. All should be well Friday, when I need "my" truck for work.

I may take some pics of this job and put them on my Cardomain Durango website.
 

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So far, so good...

Job is halfway done, so far so good. Jeff is overnighting the parts to me.

The problem children:
 

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Job's done

Another easy repair thanks in part to this board & Jeff @ Hendrick
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The wife's truck is fixed, and I have mine back in time for work.
 
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