Not sure what you mean by transmission selector sensor. The transmission range sensor reads what position you have selected with the gear shift lever.
It allows you to manually shift the transmission when the selector is in the L position.
On the transmission selector you put your shifter in neutral position and then you can move the transfer case selector to high or low.
That means the switch on the gearbox or lever is stuck for some reason.
you need to buy a new one. it must be the correct legnth with no play or you will have transmission out of sync with gear indicator or worse pop out of park by itself.sorry i just reread question.not sure if you are asking about actual shifter cable or gear indicator on dash or console
It is possible if the selector doesn't lock in to position. Also check the transmission fluid level. Low fluid will also be a factor. There could also be other issues that should be looked at by a professional, reliable transmission shop.
In the console, it communicates gear selector position (what gear its in) to the Transmission Control Module
The selector lever.
press down hard on foot brake at the same time move shifter.
You have probably turned off the overdrive function of the automatic transmission. Look for a small button on the gear selector reachable with your thumb.
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No. It has a unlit reference. The illuminated selector in on the center dash.
If it is equipped with the automatic transmission - the "P" indicator on your gear selector will remain lit for 16 minutes after shutdown. After the 16 minutes has passed, you'll notice the lamp has gone out. That is your indicator that the vehicle has entered "sleep" mode (when the light is out).
sounds like transmission problems
No, it does not. The M4 carbine has a three position selector - Safe - Semi - Burst, while the Diemaco C8 and M4A1 also have a three position selector - Safe - Semi - Auto.
It's below the gear selector lock button on the automatic transmission cosole shift
The position of the selector rod in the valve body of the transmission, as selected by the gear lever in the cab. Also the PCM reads numerous sensors to control governor pressure, OD and TCC solenoids.
On the end of your gear selector lever ( PRN etcetera ) is the transmission control switch . Overdrive is the normally allowed position , but when you turn the overdrive off ( the O/D OFF light will light up just above and to the right of the speedometer and if you have the digital dash it will show " overdrive off " to the right of the speed indicator )
Your transmission gear selector has a " D " next to the " 1 " , if you select that position it does not shift into overdrive . It just uses the first 3 gears
Put the transmission in neutral then move the 4x4 selector
THe transmission selector is worn, so the need to start it in the neutral position, which still has a workable contact switch, while the park position is worn out. like the other guy said, also you might have to adjust your shift linkage
ck transmission gear selector on transmission. follow cable from shifter to (usually) top of trans. it is electronic