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wow no engine size stated, the 5.2L run a special trans... so....
hopeless to help you much.
zj jeep with automatic.
it didnt lie, it told you to service it, so take it to a shop and let the work on this old dog..
stuck , now what does that mean.
the shift lever lever stuck, or its cable failing end to end.? or?
or shifts from 1 to 2 and hangs there.
or down shifts from 3 to 2 and and hangs there
DIY ? question is that it? you never said intentions.....
so we open the 93 ZJ book and what do we see.
ax-15 stick box, seems not.
the aw-4 auto , electronically shifted with TSM (scan it yet?)
and the 46RH auto. used on the 5.2L, has no TCM brain.
its a Hydramatic.
here are the OD words off the 46h page
Overdrive Control Switch
The overdrive control switch is located in the instrument
panel. In the On position, automatic shifts
into fourth gear overdrive will occur. In the Off position,
the switch overrides the powertrain control module
preventing a shift to overdrive fourth gear range.
The switch has an indicator light that illuminates
when overdrive is turned off. The switch also resets
when the ignition key is turned to the OFF position
so that the automatic overdrive feature is restored. The use of fault codes is employed to help diagnose
the electronic components that operate the overdrive
unit and torque converter clutch.
hello subir. This is the over drive function. someone may have accidentally pushed this button so to turn it off you will have to find it and push it again. there is a Overdrive button somewhere on the shifter. It is probably on the side of the actual handle or down near the 4-speed gear numbers, sometimes even in the end of the shifter..
O/D off is NOT a big problem at all- you just don't want to use it all of the time because it runs your engine a lot harder because you are always in a lower gear. That would be used if you were driving up a big hill, for example, and don't want it staying in the highest gear. It gives you more power in circumstances like that
I would start with replacing your tranny fluid. black is no good. your tranny should hold about 7 qts of fluid. The tranny fluid runs through your radiator to help keep it cool. If your thermostat is stuck closed your eng coolant won't circulate and the coolant will get hotter inside your radiator. thus making your tranny fluid hotter and breaking it down. After time it will turn black from getting too hot. Let your car warm up to normal operating temperture then grab your upper radiator hose. It should be very warm. If not your thermostat is stuck closed.
Not sure if you mean no clicking from the flasher relay or no clicking from the directional lever itself. But I'll take a shot at it.If you push the lever up or doun and it wont click and stay then you need to replace the directional. If you turn on the directionals and the turn signal lights come on but don't blink then the flasher relay is defective.
Have you checked the door seal? There is a button on it that turns off the light. Your button might be stuck or broken. The simplest solution is to pop the cover of the dome light and just take the bulb out. True, you won't have lights, but it won't drain your battery either.
There isn't anything wrong with your car. This is perfectly normal. I have a 2000 ES300 as well as other people that I know and it operates in the same way. Overdrive doesn't mean the same thing for every car or transmission. In our case overdrive is simply a reference to the top gear which is 4th gear. When you switch overdrive off(which is depressing the button causing the O/D OFF dash light to illuminate,) the highest gear becomes 3rd because you turned 4th gear or overdrive off. The application scenario for this is usually mountainous terrain where a lot of uphill driving makes it more feasible not to up shift into 4th gear while ascending and descending. It will not switch back to overdrive or 4th gear until you re-engage it by turning the overdrive back on or repressing the button. Again, when the O/D OFF dash light is illuminated, overdrive which is 4th gear is off and the highest gear will then become 3rd. It will never shift into 4th gear while this light is illuminated or overdrive is off. When you press the button and the O/D OFF dash light is NOT illuminated overdrive is on and therefore it will shift into 4th gear as usual. This applies to all 97-2001 ES300's and probably any other car you drive tat exhibits this same type of change when overdrive is turned off.