What are the names for all of the sensors names on a 1996 Infinity I 30 transmission?
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Generally, one should have the codes scanned to make sure all the sensors are working correctly. Out of spec sensors can cause damage to the transmission. Make sure the alternator / battery voltage is correct too as I've had hard shifts when my alternator died. Failing that, you'll need to have a transmission shop check it out, working on external checks first before tearing it down.
In the 1996-1999 Generation 3 Ford Taurus/Mercury Sable, there are several modules that are utilized in transmission control. The PCM, or "Powertrain Control Module" is responsible for all engine and transmission functions. This is the computer that manages all data to and from the engine and transmission. The Transmission Range Sensor (TRS, Range Module, NSS, Neutral Safety Switch, among other names), determines which gear the user has selected and tells the PCM what to do…
If you mean the transmission input or output speed senors (called pulse generators a/b respectively by Hundai), you will need to follow the two separating wires coming from the blue connector under the battery tray to the corresponding sensors. One sensor is located under the brake master cylinder, the other is on the front side of the transmission. Remove the bolts (10mm head) securing the sensors and install opposite of removal. If your arms are…
Would an automatic transmission for a 1996 Plymouth Voyager fit a 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager LE 3.8L with overdrive?
Well, on my 1996 'trepid with the 3.3L, there are four sensors. [Note - My 3.3L is equipped with the California Emissions so it may be different] The upstream sensors are the same, but they differ from the downstream sensors. Considering that the catalytic converters for the 1995 and 1996 are the same, I would expect you to have the same number of sensors.