its the engine coolant temp sensor. its located behind the intake plenum, close to the firewall there are other sensors and a temp. vacuum switch in the same aluminum casting. the one you want has a green plug.
The CTS (Coolant Temperature Switch) is a normally open switch with impedance range for degree measurements on the gage. By grounding out the single lead to the CTS, the gage should peg out to overheat condition - but it should also send a signal from the computer that temperature requirement has been achieved. Unfortunately, this is not the answer.
The transmission FTS (Fluid Temperature Switch) which is located near the tail-shaft of the transmission is the smoking gun about 75% of the time. The other 25% are shifting solenoids and their respective components. Good Luck
Drive. If it has a circle around it, it has automatic overdrive.
4L60E automatic with overdrive.
Not if you have an automatic transmission.
For cars that have an automatic transmission, overdrive lockout turned 'off' (overdrive will engage), is the default option.
The overdrive transmission that a 1992 Chevrolet C3500 would have is a 4L80E. It is a series of automatic transmissions from General Motors.
No. You have a 32RH transmission. It is a 3-speed automatic with a lockup torque converter, no overdrive gear.
The automatic transmission for a 1993 Ford Escort is a 4-speed automatic with overdrive. It also has a 1.9 liter engine and an 88 horsepower.
The Z24 has overdrive, the base models are 3 speed autos
Where can I find a wiring diagram for a Ford 1991 F250 pickup with 5.8 liter V8 and automatic transmission with overdrive?
Overdrive is the normally allowed position in a Ford Explorer automatic transmission , once the vehicle speed is fast enough ( my Ford Explorer is 50 MPH ) the automatic transmission will automatically shift into overdrive
The automatic transmission in a 1995 Jeep Cherokee is an AW4. The automatic in a Grand Cherokee is a 42RE, also called an A500.
If you have an automatic with overdrive then there is a good possibility that it is the 700R4 transmission.
The first one is faster
An overdrive transmission allows for less engine speed and thus greater engine economy. When in overdrive the transmission has a gear drive of less than then the engines speed. In the General Motors 4L60E Hydramatic transmission for example, in overdrive gear (4th) the transmission has a ratio of . 70. This means for each 1 rotation of the crankshaft, the output shaft of the transmission rotates . 7.
The button does not switch from Overdrive to Automatic. The button just turns the overdrive off. Overdrive is not a separate drive system as your question implies. Normally you leave the car in overdrive mode. That way the transmission shifts into overdrive at highway speeds, thus saving fuel. If you are saying the transmission is stuck in overdrive and it will not disengage then seek out a A/T professional.
The overdrive has probably been unplugged on the transmission. Its a blue connector located on the transmission underneath the aircleaner. They are usually unplugged for a reason. If you plug it in and it runs bad, you have to replace the unit on the transmission.
Three. Or (with overdrive) four. Plus reverse, of course!
I believe that was an ( A4LD ) automatic transmission with the 4 cylinder engine on a 1989 Ford Mustang
The Ford Crown Victoria has an automatic 4-speed overdrive transmission. In 1992, the transmission was redesigned to include electronic controls.
The transmission in the 1991 Chevy Caprice is a 4 speed automatic with overdrive. This transmission is found in both the base and classic trims.
The transmission was a synergy transmission. This allowed the manufacturer to keep the stout 4 speed automatic transmission in which they were able to add an overdrive.
if it is an automatic leave it in overdrive. the transmission knows when to change into the overdrive gear. if it is a manual listen to the motor. if you have in overdrive and it bogs down while accelerating then down shift to a lower gear.
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