first pull off the line going to it and if it has fluid in it change the modulator. Next, take the modulator off and apply vacuum to the line and stick a screw driver in the end of the modulator and see if the diaphragm moves the valve inside. If the valve doesn't move, replace the modualtor.
- i am assuming Ford but also you can pull the vac.line off of carb.or wherever it draws the vacume from without getting under car and check for fluid at that point
Consider getting yourself a service manual as it contains many troubleshooting for your car. Comes very handy sometimes.
Remove the vacuum hose from the modulator valve. If you see any fluid in the valve or the hose, it is defective.
This transmission does not have a modulator valve.This transmission does not have a modulator valve.
It doesn't have a modulator valve.It doesn't have a modulator valve.
A 1994 Plymouth does not have a modulator valve.
No, it has an electronically controlled valve body,there is no modulator valve.
There is no modulator valve on the outside of this transmission.
Remove hose and attach a vacuum gauge
The modulator valve uses hydrological pressure to shift a transmission !
A modulator valve is located inside the case, in front of the modulator.
Never heard of a modulator valve on a caravan is it for the trans? Chrysler transmisions do not have modulator valves
That transmission does not have a modulator valve on it. It is computer controlled to a point.
The 1996 Mercury Villager modulator valve can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The modulator valve will be on the passenger side of the firewall.