To replace the transmission vacuum modulator, you need to jack up the front passengers side of the car and support it on a jack stand. Before starting, apply the park brake fully.You will need a rag, an ice cream pail and a 1/4 inch drive rachet, with universal and 12 inches of extensions and a 10 mm socket to remove the modulator hold down clamp bolt which is slightly above the modulator valve.
Remove the Vacuum hose, remove the 10 mm bolt,catch the clamp, place drain pan(ice cream pail) under the modulator to catch tranny fluid if it drips. Wiggle the old leaking unit out of the bore and remove the small diameter shaft from the old unit.Insert the shaft into the new unit and carefully guide the new unit into the bore, wiggling it in all the way. Grab the hold down clamp in your hand, and place it in its position to hold down the modulator, this clamp goes one way and rests on the flange of the modulator to hold it in firmly. Install and tighten the bolt to approximately 15 foot pounds of torque, install the vacuum hose after blowing it out from the top, remove it from the vacuum tree by the brake booster(drivers side)and blow all the tranny fluid out, and if the hose is rubbery from being saturated in fluid, replace the top part which is about a foot long. Road test the vehicle, and if you have an adjustable unit, adjust the shift points to where you would like them by turning the Allen screw clockwise or counterclockwise. Good Luck.And don't forget to check the tranny fluid level!
The exact location of the transmission modulator valve on your Ford Mustang is dependent upon the year of the Mustang. Most of the time the transmission modulator valve will be on the back of the transmission.
This transmission does not have a modulator valve.This transmission does not have a modulator valve.
That year did not use a modulator valve. The transmission is COMPUTER controlled.
To change the transmission modulator valve in a 97 Pontiac Bonneville you will first need to lift the vehicle off the ground. Then, remove the vacuum hose and the defective valve. You can then replace with new, and replace the hose.
There is no modulator valve on the outside of this transmission.
No, it has an electronically controlled valve body,there is no modulator valve.
That year truck does not have a modulator valve on the transmission. it has a electronic transmission in it.
modulator is round and located on the drivers side of the transmission. modulator unscrews from the transmission if it is a 700 R4 It unbolts with 2 7/16 bolts if it is a turbo 350 Unplug the vaccum line remove the modulator replace with new modulator hook up new vaccuum line
The modulator valve uses hydrological pressure to shift a transmission !
The transmission modulator valve, On your 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, is located on the top of the transmission. The valve should be labeled as such.
according to a local dealer that model has no modulator valve on its automatic transmission sorry !
Typically, you can find the transmission modulator valve near the rear of the transmission. Its function is to control and regulate pressure.
diagram of replacing a modulator valve for a 1985 Chevy suburbun van
That year did not use a modulator valve on the transmission. That transmission is all computer controlled.
A modulator valve is located inside the case, in front of the modulator.
The At modulator valve is located on the side of the transmission between the transmission tunnel. you may have to lower transmission to get to it.
as far as I understand , it does not have a modulator. e4od are electronic. no vacuum shift modulator
geez! go and research it on the internet idiot!
YOU can't. It don't have 1
The vacuum modulator is on the front of the transmission. The modulator is a round valve and should have a steel line running from the top of the engine(next to the throttle body) down to the valve.
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.
That year transmission did not HAVE a modulator valve. That year used a 4L60E / And the E stands for electronic transmission. NO valve. It is all computer controled.
A 1993 Jeep does not have a transmission modulator valve.
That transmission does not have a modulator valve on it. It is computer controlled to a point.
That year model did not have a modulator valve on the transmission.