Not to be coarse, but that may have not been the problem or another was created during the repair or yet even still another problem existed and created the one you just fixed. If the ses light came back on, there will be code (s) stored. Get back on the horse and track them down. Troubleshooting can be very trying.
Common problem have Solenoid replaced Usually the pressure regulator valve.
crank sencer When I had the same problem it was the starter solenoid. It is built on the starter so you have to replace both. After the starter/solenoid was replaced I had no more problems. P.S. If you take it to most major auto parts places they can check the starter but not the solenoid mine showed good but after I replaced it I never had that problem again.
If you replaced the correct shift solenoid (SS B), check for a broken band in the trans.
If the trans. is an automatic, the prob. might be in the trans. shift interlock solenoid. This is a solenoid that prevents shifting into gear unless your foot is on the brake pedal. The solenoid is located on the steering column or under the center console on floor shift models. Check to see if you have any connectors unplugged at these locations, if you do, find where it goes and your problem may go away.
Check the solenoid. This happened to us and we had to have the solenoid replaced. Part cost about AUD$240 but labour was $800!
a broken dip stick wont cause hard shifting... the engine does not do the any shifting... your problem would be the transmission... check transmission....
try the solenoid controlling the egr
Check the shift solenoid on the side of the 95 Camaro transmission. Also check for any vacuum leaks. You most likely have a problem with one of these.
The first and largest problem is access to the wire harness on the solenoid. This is an issue you shouldn't attempt yourself, and is better completed at the dealership. There, they will use an electronic device to check different points in the solenoid.
You should also check the plug on the engine's front balance shaft. This location often causes trouble on the 94' model Accords. If there is no problem there then check the oil pan itself do to a possible rubber gasket dry rotting or failing weld/ seams.
solenoid is bad ,have it replaced,but check for remote solenoid first some vehicles have another solenoid mounted closer to battery
You have a wiring problem. Check really close the small wire on the solenoid. This wire is located on the opposite side of the solenoid that the big wire going to the starter is on. These are usually found corroded and/or broken inside the jacket insulation. You can run a jumper wire to test or use a tester.
Check and or replace your starter solenoid.
could be a bad battery connection or dead battery i had the same problem with my jeep Did you check the starter motor itself without the solenoid? Quite possibly worn brushes and/or dirty/worn/shorting motor armature. could be the ignition switch, is the clicking coming from under the steering column?
Turn your headlights on and try start the engine, if they don't dim then the problem is still in the starter motor. If you bought the motor 2nd hand, maybe try exchanging it or check it has been refitted properly. Ive currently got the same problem with my xsi, bu haven't had a chance to fit a new one because of the weather here. When you replaced the starter did you also replace the starter solenoid? I had the same symptoms on my 306, starter wouldn't turn, battery was OK and headlights worked. Road service was able to start the car by bypassing the starter solenoid. I replaced the solenoid (and the starter because they're sold together) and fixed the problem.
im not going to answer your question but i have the exact same problem except i found that with the front wheels off the ground it does not die when turning to the right. I replaced the TCC solenoid and my check engine light went away but did not solve the right turn problem. If you find anything out please post it.
Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem
Well, there could be a short between the ign. to the solenoid, or, bad contact. The contact in the ign. could be faulty . I would check the ign. first.
My check engine light came on in my 2000 Ford zx2...It gave that code and said shift solenoid A. I did a little research and found out shift solenoids are only in automatic transmissions. They're like a chip that tells the transmission when to shift gears. So if your car is hesitating between gears, the solenoid may need replaced or there could just be a problem with one of the wires.
Check; coolant, fan, fan clutch and fan clutch solenoid, blocked or partially blocked lines and coolant gallery.
If you are running a remote start solenoid, which is completely away from the engine heat, and still having problems I doubt that the Corvette solenoid will make much difference. One other thing to check is your initial timing. If your timing is advanced a little too far it can cause these same symptoms. Before changing out that solenoid again or spending more cash dial back your timing a few degrees. See if the hot start problem is still there. It's free and would only take a couple of minutes to check. If the problem is still there you might want to check or replace the starter itself.
you need to have the starter solenoid checked. also check thew ignition switch
Check the wire form the solenoid to the computer.
check the wiring to the speedometer. Check the sending unit as well. If the problem is internal then the speedometer will have to be replaced.