If you're asking about eliminating the vacuum advance on the distributor assembly, I don't think you can eliminate that without a computer controlled ingnition system. The vacuum solenoid is used to advance the spark under higher load, and works together with a centrifugal weighting system that adavances the spark based on RPMs.
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Starter solenoid? On top of starter - looks like an orange can
Should be on the side of the starter. Small cylinder on the side. The positive cable connects to it.
what solenoid are you referring to
The starter solenoid on a 1986 Cadillac Coupe Deville is located under the front of the vehicle. It is to the left of the oil pan.
Where is the tcc button on a 99 Cadillac concour
It is not adjustable. It is computer controlled. If idle speed is incorrect you have a vacuum leak or a sensor/solenoid issue.It is not adjustable. It is computer controlled. If idle speed is incorrect you have a vacuum leak or a sensor/solenoid issue.
No, has a starter solenoid mouted on the starter which serves a similar purpose.
May have an idle solenoid on the left side of carb.
Solenoid valves are electromechanically operated valves which are controlled by an electric current, mostly used in fluidics. There are different types of solenoid valves, one or two port valves.
The EGR on a 2007 is not vacuum controlled.
On the 1993 Cadillac 4.9L the soleniod is located atop the starter.The starter is afixed directlyto the side of the motor at the front of the car behind the radiator.
The starter on a 2003 Cadillac CTS is located in the engine compartment directly behind the alternator. The starter faces the firewall with the starter solenoid on top of the starter.
It is in the transmission, and is controlled by the engine computer.
A solenoid operated fuel metering rod(s).
It does not have a starter relay. It has a starter solenoid mouted on the starter which serves a similar purpose.
DTC - 93 Transmission pressure control solenoid circuit error
A solenoid valve is a electromechanically operated valve that is controlled by an electric current. It essentially controls the cylinders and fluid power in the motor of your Nissan Pathfinder.
The 5.7L does not have an idle solenoid. The idle speed is controlled by the throttle plate opening via its internal motor.
got shift solenoid put in transmission and need it to read the need parts
It's attached to the top of the starter motor. It has a purple lead attached to a small bolt
The solenoid can refer to two things: The solenoid on electrically assisted sear tripper markers (like a Tippmann with electric trigger) the solenoid is an electro magnet that moves a long pole that trips the sear that fires the gun. A solenoid valve is an electronically controlled valve (like on a Smart parts ion, or any gun you don't have to cock) it uses electric current to open and close.
electronic shifter solenoid-pwmA P.W.M modulator valve is an electronic shifter controlled by an electronic pulse to shift your cars transmission, normally refered to as an electronic shifter solenoid.
Your transmission is most likely a 4T60E. If so, it has no modulator valve. This transmission is electronically controlled from the ECM. Line pressure, which is what the old modulator valve controlled, is now controlled by an internal pcm solenoid.
Overdrive is controlled by the shift solenoid, and vacuum modulator. the kick down you refer to is not overdrive but passing gear and should also be controlled by vacuum.