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You need to get the shop manual for that particular transmission to get it right!

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Trouble-shooting your Isuzu starter..


Basic operation of a starter:
Your engine's starter motor is an electrical motor that is used to rotate the engine in order to get it to fire up. This motor draws a large amont of current from the battery (in the order of 70 Amps and up). In order to supply power to the starter a solenoid is used, it acts as a switch between the battery and the starter motor. This solenoid also engages the starter gear with the engine's flywheel and disengages it once the engine is started. Because the circuit for the solenoid also draws a heavy current a further relay is needed to control it.
The diagram below shows the electrical layout of the starting system.
  • i : Battery
  • ii : Starter relay(located in the relay box in the engine compartment)
  • iii : Starter solenoid
  • iv : Starter incorporating solenoid and motor.
  • v : Engine
  • vi : Battery earth cable
  • vii : Engine earth cable
  • viii : Ignition fuse
  • ix : Starter fuse
  • x : Solenoid to starter supply cable
  • xi : Ignition switch
  • xii : Starter motor
When the ignition(xi) is turned it supplies power from the battery through fuse (viii) to the starter relay(ii).
The starter relay activates and supplies power to the starter solenoid(iii) via fuse (ix)
The starter solenoid activates and connects power from the battery to the starter via a short cable(x) between the solenoid and starter motor. This allows the starter motor to turn.

General trouble shooting.
Turn the ignition off.
1/ First you need to check that the fuses are intact.
Keep the ignition off. Place the vehicle in Neutral. Chock the wheels and engage the parking brake.
2/ To prove the starter motor, connect power from the battery positive to the cable (x). This must be done with jumper cables. Touch the jumper cable to the connector on the back of the solenoid where cable (x) connects. Take care not to short circuit the jumper cable to the engine or vehicle body. It can be a tight fit and might not always be possible. If you hear the starter motor spin then it is working along with the engine earth cable. If not, connect the negative lead of the jumper cable between the battery and the starter motor body or any other bare piece of metal on the engine and put the positive lead on cable (x) again. If the starter motor does not spin it needs to come out for repair/replacement. If it spins check both the battery earth cable and engine earth cable and repair where nescasary.
3/ Once the starter motor has been proved move on to the solenoid. Remove the thin wire from the solenoid. Using a small piece of wire, connect battery positive to the connector where you just took off the wire. The solenoid should kick in and the starter motor will turn the engine. If the solenoid does not kick in, remove the starter for repair/replacement of the solenoid. If the solenoid kicks in then replace the starter relay.

If the starting circuit still does not operate the fault will be in the wiring. This needs reasonable expertise and if you dont have a voltmeter handy is not advised.
Bear in mind on automatic transmission vehicles there is an additional switch (Mode switch) wired in between the ignition switch and the starter relay. This switch is on the transmission itself and if faulty will not allow the starter to operate even if steps 1 to 3 were successfull. The same goes for the anti theft/immobiliser system.

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The following is specifically for Isuzu Trooper and Rodeo :
  • i : Battery
  • ii : Starter relay(located in the relay fuse box in the engine compartment designated X-17)
  • iii : Starter solenoid
  • iv : Starter incorporating solenoid and motor.
  • v : Engine
  • vi : Battery earth cable
  • vii : Engine earth cable
  • viii : 10A Starter fuse C-1(Fuse box: LH footwell on LHD vehicle, RH dash on RHD vehicle)
  • x : Solenoid to starter supply cable
  • xi : Ignition switch
  • xii : Starter motor
  • xiii : 80A Main fusible link FL-1(Relay fuse box)
  • xiv : 50 A Key SW fusible link FL-2(relay fuse box)
  • xv : Mode switch(A/T only - mounted on the side of the transmission) and for 6 cylinder manual transmission engines this is the clutch start switch mounted on the clutch pedal.
  • xvi : Anti theft system
  • B2 : B2 on ignition sitch
  • ST : ST on ignition switch
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I have a 92 Chevy 3500 6.5 auto trans shifts & pulls great for about 25-30 miles then like it goes into neutral & after cools down goes again.


You need to troubleshoot the transmission solenoid shifts.You are a OBD1. Feedback on the transmission.So in your case there will be no data to be read. This is not uncommon for the shift solenoid B to supply little oil When this happens Solenoid A does not shif to fourth. You basically have a shift solenoid that cannot hold pressure. A good remedy is change transmission filter and fluid. This can help.Other than that solenoid will be needed.

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Just bought a 2000 Celica GT-S and the engine light came on 10 mins after I left the dealership. Went by autozone and they said it could be the shif solenoid. What is that and is it a bid deal? taking it...


They meant to say Shift Solenoid, Yes it's bad and yes it is expensive because it will take a transmission shop to replace it and they will want to rebuild the transmission. If this dealer did what I think they did they reset the fault codes while it was on the lot and after you drive the used car off the lot there was no warranty so be ready for a battle.

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99 toyota camry has transmission very tight.. sometimes its very hard for me to change from drive to park


Disconnect shif cable from trans and see if it changes. If no change suspect a bad cable or worn bushings in shifter assembly.If cable is free when it is disconnected seek professional help with transmission.

Jan 11, 2011 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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How do I get to the shift solenoids


you must remove the sheet metal pan off the transmission, the solenoids are inside attached to the trans valve body.

Jan 18, 2010 | 2002 Daewoo Lanos

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Shif solenoid b- stuch off code P0755 . How do I go about fixing it.


In order to fix that problem, it may be best to take it to a good transmission shop. The shift solenoids are in the valve body. To get to it you would need to remove the pan of the transmission, drain the fluid and replace that particular solenoid. But that may not be the only problem with it. It could be the EPC, the wiring harness inside the tranny or several other things that would set that code. But I would have it checked out soon. The more you drive it with a problem the more it could cost you, because you could be damaging more parts inside of the tranny. Such as clutches, drums and band. I hope this helps.

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94 dodge neon auto tranny


Hi,

Here is some possible reasons why your transmission is having those problems .

* The gear shift linkage is binding
* There is an internal problem in the transmission
* The throttle cable is broken or disconnected
* The vacuum modulator on the transmission is faulty or the vacuum line is damaged
* The electronic transmission control circuit may be faulty

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check the tvi cable under the hood, make sure there is no excess slack...make sure both ends are connected, the tvi cable is located right next to the throttle cable under the hood

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