The transmission leak should not have affected the way the engine starts. Repairing the transmission leak should not have affected the way the engine starts. A new battery should only have IMPROVED the way the engine starts. If someone was not careful and allowed a small particle to get into the fuel line as they were re-connecting it, it could certainly block the injector and cause starting problems, especially if it's a throttle-body (single injector) injected engine.
no i disagree. Yes you can push start it if it has a manual transmission.
On a fuel injected truck it is a part of the computer behind the battery.On a fuel injected truck it is a part of the computer behind the battery.
battery does not power the transmission,but it does run the computer that tells the transmission what to do
Not if it is a manual transmission. And it's "AFFECT" not "Effect"
The transmission range sensor is located underneath the battery and battery tray on the left side of the transmission. It connects to a wire harness and from there to the transmission it self.
Next to the battery
the battery and transmission are broken Have the system checked for trouble codes.
The transmission connector is right below the battery it could have been knocked loose.
You may want to check to see if the transmission line that runs underneath your battery is pinched. We recently had the same experience, and it was determined that when the battery was replaced, the transmission line was pinched because it sits directly underneath the battery.
Where the transmission dipstick is located which is near the battery... Kinda under it.
If the transmission is a manual and for the 2.0 non turbo its underneath the battery on the top of the transmission
P1684 - Transmission - Battery Power To Module Disconnected if battery was disconected for a while or battery replaced, it can cause to set this DTC
Located under the battery mounted onto the transmission
It's on the left side of the battery, between the radiator and the battery.
On my 1984 CRX the dipstick is underneath the battery. I had to take the battery out to check it.
look under batteryRemove: air filter boxbattery plate
Measures the amperage of the current .Your battery is in series with your car amp meter .
It gives the battery the ability to store energy over a long period of time.
Check your Transmission, the battery gives the car the energy to start once the car is started you can remove the battery and the car will stay working until you turn it off. you might need a tune up i had a car with a bad altinatore that did the same thing
To change the Transmission Speed sensor, G68, remove battery and battery tray. The sensor is below the battery tray. A 10mm socket will remove the bolt that attaches sensor to transmission. Unclip plug and pull sensor out.
Try disconnecting the battery. It will reset computer. In which case disengages the transmission.
remove air intake battery and battery plat form right there under air intake on transmission
Almost all camries have a transmission dipstick which allows to check transmission fluid level. Usually it's between the exhaust system and the battery.
Any signal that is sent electronically. If you are referring to an automobile transmission, its basically the same thing, the battery being your electrical source.
Try disconnecting the battery. This will reset computer. And may reset the transmission computer.