It is located in the throttle body.
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.
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.
no, try turning on the engine Yes, the engine computer controls the shifting of the trans.
the regulator is located in the throttle housing (where the fuel lines connect)
It is either screwed into the pressure line on the side of the transmission, or it is inside on the valve body.
A transmission from a 1993 Toyota pickup will fit into a 1994 Toyota pickup. The Toyota transmission will not fit in to other makes and models of pickups.
The throttle position sensor ( TPS ) is NOT ADJUSTABLE
There isn't a transmission fluid reservoir on an 86 S10 pickup. The transmission fluid is held in the transmission itself.
That will be a 4L80E. transmission.
how do i replace a throttle cable on a 1988 ford ranger pickup
It is located on the side of the throttle body, opposite side where the throttle cable connects.
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The throttle body base gasket would be located between the throttle body and the intake manifold.
No, because the transmission control module and speedometer will not line up, so it will not work.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
There's not 1. They sell a fuel pressure Gauge kit that goes in the line up by the throttle body when you remove the fuel line from it. Nother words you will have to splice into the fuel line.
Yes it will
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 inside the upper intake manifold. To get to it you must remove the throttle body, upper intake manifold, and several electrical lines and fuel lines.