The 1998 AX4S transaxle has a total of five (5) solenoids located in different locations
within the transaxle itself. There are three shift solenoids, 1st , 2nd, 3rd. Also there
is a torque converter clutch (tcc) solenoid and an electronic pressure control (epc) solenoid.
All of these solenoids are output devices, placed in an on-off position by the vehicles powertrain control module (computer) at different times.
The powertrain control module (pcm) also receives input from four (4) sensors, the transmission range (tr) sensor, the turbine shaft speed (tss) sensor, vehicle speed (vss) sensor, and the Transmission Fluid temprature (tft) sensor.
From the information received from these sensors, (input devices),the computer actually controls every thing the transmission does by the solenoids, (output devices).
As far as the actual placement of the solenoids, I would highly recommend a manual!
On my 96 Windstar I removed the air cleaner and tube to the fuel injectors and the Battery and the case..you can then see the valve cover pan on the end of the Transaxle..this cover has to be removed to access the 'shift' solenoids. there are three. the pan can be removed only after you remove the the bar suporting the back of the transmission and it's rubber mount..this will give you enough room to remove pan-cover over the valve body..the three shift solenoids are stacked in a row, white in color,brown if burnt or bad..disconnect wire to each and twist to the left to remove, best to replace all three..p.s. you will need a jack to support the back of transaxle to remove the rear support.....
location of fuel pump on/off switch on fo r d ANSWER The fuel pump inertia switch is in the right front passenger area , it is below the dash but above the carpet in the right hand corner
Incorrect refrigerant charge?
click the play/pause and hold, repeat to switch off
Get it serviced. Depending on the model there could be several different causes for your problems.
A bit is the smallest unit of information storage, representing a binary value of 0 (off) or 1 (on).
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You have a CODE stored on the transmission computer! Also did you check the trans fluid level? it may be low.
Have vehicle scanned to determine problem, possible severe misfire.
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More than likely you have the directional control set to Defrost. At this setting, the A/C compressor will run continuously. Move the selector to another setting, and see if the compressor stops running.
If you have an older bike (pre 1981) before they went to a 17 digit vin, you will have to check with a dealer. No one knows how, nor is there a website, to decode the older vin numbers.
What sensor are you trying to replace? More 411 required to anwer/help you...
Run a fused HOT line from the fuse block to the switch under dash - the other end to the cooling fan
At 48 you're heading fast for menopause anyhow, so it's an open question whether you'll get any regular cycles again.
You might want to consider just replacing the stereo. If you have a special attachment to the stock unit, maybe you can find a used unit somewhere. You'll probably have a hard time getting just the knob somewhere.
Open up your amp and see if there is loose wiring on your on/off switch. If so, you can take a soldering iron and fix it. If that doesn't work, or that's not the problem, then you can take it in to a guitar shop for a replacement switch, which will only cost you around $10.
I have the same problem - I was recommended a brake fluid drain and brake fluid sensor replacement - haven't done it yet, but hopefully it works. Dealer quoted me $190.
On/off dials for both gas and electric range burners and ovens are sold at hardware stores and frequently at stores like WalMart and KMart. Catalogs such as Walter Drake and Miles Kimball also have them. They're not expensive and are simple to put in place.
you still have aloose ground motor to body motor to battery under dash have fun
I had a comparable issue with my 1983 300 SD. It went to the point where the fuel gauge read full all the time, the temperature read far over 120
don't have the answer to that question but have the same question.i have a 2000 Avalon xls with the same problem
On fire wall or on heater plenum there should be a relay, also the GEM a brain that controls many functions may be bad
As part of an antitheft design on your radio you have to enter a code to get your radio to work again. A Mitsubishi dealer can get the code for youand tell you how to do it if you supply the vin number to him.
Remove the add on from your WOW folder completely then check for an updated version of the add on and reinstall it. That normally fixes it for me if I'm having problem with an add on.
if it has a speed odometer senser in the rear end that is probally the problem it loses magnitizum not giving a good reading on the speed the vehicle is going so it jumps in and out of od will make you think you need a trany part cost $30 dollars and 10 mins