How do you change the lockup solenoid in a 1989 Plymouth Acclaim?
Remove the transaxle side cover (behind left front wheel). You will see some wires coming from a plug at the top forward facing bit of the transaxle running (inside tranny) down, then rearward to a solenoid. Remove the one mounting screw from the solenoid and remove the solenoid and wires. Install new unit in reverse order. Always replace transmission filter when replacing lockup solenoid.
How many solenoids does a 2000 ram 1500 have in a 2 wheel drive automatic transmission with a lockup converter?
There are four. Starter solenoid, is built on the starter. Governor pressure solenoid, overdrive solenoid, and torque converter solenoid are on the valve body inside the transmission. There are four. Starter solenoid, is built on the starter. Governor pressure solenoid, overdrive solenoid, and torque converter solenoid are on the valve body inside the transmission.
Where is the lock up solenoid on a axn4 transmission it is not getting a signal and it will not shift in to over drive?
The lockup solenoid does not control OD shift. The lockup solenoid controls torque convertor lockup. Torque converter lockup isn't a gear at all, but a fuel saving function that kicks in when you are cruising, which is a clutch in the torque converter that locks down and overrides the fluid coupling so you dont loose engine engine torque due to the normal fluid coupling of the torque converter. In effect, it overrides the torque converter…
In the centre console. You need to unbolt the plastic surround, lift and turn it at the shifter. You will expose the shift mechanism and see an electric switch near the shift lever at the top. Follow the wires attached to it, going under the white plastic, and there is the solenoid. The lockup problem is generally the solenoid but can be the switch or the brake light switch at the brake pedal.
Why would a 1993 Barretta run fine when first started but later stall when stopped and restart in park but stall again when put in gear?
This is usually caused by a faulty (sticking) VCC (also called TCC) lockup solenoid. This is also called a torque converter solenoid or a lockup solenoid. To verify, unplug the four-wire connector facing forward at the top driver's side of the transaxle and find that it doesn't stall, but fuel economy is now very bad. Reconnect the connector at time of repair or before long highway trip. Get an OE replacement solenoid and some trans…
91 Chevy Beretta starts runs but when you slow down it starts to jurk and tries to quit and it does quit when you come to a stop restarts fine but when put into gear it quits Nertral runs fine?
if its a 125 or 3 speed theres only one the lockup solinoid and its located behind the side cover of the transmission this can be got at by taking off cover without removing transmission.if its a 440 or a 4 speed again located behind side cover theres 4 solinoid 2 shift 1 lockup and 1 pwm solinoid.transmission has to be removed to get at them.they can be done in car but its very tricky