Well if there's a serious electrical problem it would probably set the check engine light off. Other than that, check the fluid level and if required change it. After that i'd have a tranny shop look at it, unless you suspect a particular part. Diagnosis on a tranny without proper tools is difficult if not impossible.
The real problem is manually shifting from gear to gear with an automatic transmission. If you are referring to the automatic upshift, there may be a problem with the EGR system or vacuum system.
Electronic, no cable.
Sounds like there is a problem in the transmission and the computer has put the transmission into the FAIL SAFE MODE to keep it from blowing apart. Stop driving it and get it to a transmission shop ASAP.
pickup speedometer does not register from a cold start. Shifting lurches and then all evens out after about 30 mph
Loose universal joint(s) in drive train.
the pick up is inside the distributor
It's part of the electronic engine controls.
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There is a problem in the distributor. Either the pickup coil or the ignition module are defective. It may be cheaper to purchase a remanufactured distributor.
Need to know what year S-10 you have.
Acoustical guitars with pickup, electronic piano, drums, snares.
The speedometer is electronic on a 1999 Ram, and does not have a cable.
Inside the distributor, under the rotor.
no, try turning on the engine Yes, the engine computer controls the shifting of the trans.
I had the same problem bud. Remove and inspect the crankshaft sensor. Also clean the connector pigtail inside with a spray for electronic contacts. Inspect the connector pins of the pigtail closely for damage. Get your sensor at Oreillys NOT autozone.
No, it has a Electronic Control Module fuse. It will prevent the spark and injectors to not work.
That year truck does not have a modulator valve on the transmission. it has a electronic transmission in it.
Need to know what size engine you have in order to answer your starter problem. 1993 Nissan pickup with v-6
It'll fit, but it probably won't work very well, as a 1996 transmission would be wholly electronic, and the 1990 transmission would not.
It is an electronic device that 'picks up' the vibration of the strings so that it can be transmitted to an amplifier and broadcast through a speaker.
if you just guessed that was the problem, that is where you went wrong. check for spark or fuel pressure to begin diagnosing your problem.
vacumm leak problem.