My problem is my transmision does not move on drive (d) i have to put the lever on the 1 position to move off and as it picks up a bit i change to drive (d) mode it reverse very well but drive mode is my prob could u help me solve this problem
Sounds like the transmission is stuck in an upper gear. then when you put it in first it forces a down shift. this could be a number of things , pcm, wiring, trans valve body, a leaking valve body gasket, or even a dirty trans filter
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SHIFT LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT
(1) Shift transfer case into 4L position. (make sure your shifter is fully in the 4L position)
(2) Raise vehicle.
(3) Loosen lock bolt on adjusting trunnion (Fig.
(4) Be sure linkage rod slides freely in trunnion.
Clean rod and apply spray lube if necessary.
(5) Verify that transfer case range lever is fully
engaged in 4L position. (you can do this under the vehicle at the transfer case)
(6) Tighten adjusting trunnion lock bolt.
(7) Lower vehicle
Basically, you are just ensuring that the position you put the lever inside the vehicle is the same position that the transfer case lever is in and then tightening the locking bolt.
The linkage may be out of adjustment preventing the shifter from moving into reverse or park.
One way to test this is to disconnect the linkage and manually move the lever on the transmision making sure that it can be set into park. Also try moving the lever counting each click from park to low gear to make sure it is clicking into each gear. If this works then the linkage is probably out of adjustment.
On the link cable there is typically a bolt in an oval shaped metal near the transmission shift lever.
1)Detach the shift cable from the transmission shift lever
2)Put the transmision shift lever in the park position, and also the shifter in the cab
3)Loosen the adjustment bolt
4)Reattach the cable to the lever
5)Tighten the adjustment bolt in place
6)Confirm that you can shift through all of the gears
Hope this helps
The weld on the manual lever is known to break loose. First, with the wheels off the ground, with the lever in the park position, does the drive shaft lock in park? If yes or no sometimes, drop the trans pan. I bet the nut on the lever camd loose.
possibly the brake light switch above the brake pedal is faulty. The transmition lever will not move unless your foot is on the brake, if the switch that senses this action is faulty, the transmision lever will not move.
when you say ABS and Brake lights turns on at the same time, do mean the lamps at the rear of the car are on or are you refering to warning lamps on the dash panal?
if you meant dash panal then check your stop lights are working, if all 3 dont work, this definately points to a faulty brake light switch.
if your stop lights are on all the time, then this also could be either a faulty switch, or the switch has been dislodged from its bracket above the brake pedal.
This comes straight from the repair manual.. 1. Remove the upper steering column cover. 2. Put the shifter in drive position. 3. Move the shift lever clockwise until it stops (all the way to first gear position, then move it back two detent positions to the Drive position. 4. Hang an a weight (something) with 8 pounds of weight on the lever to hold it in place. 5. Center the indicator neddle in the middle of drive position. 6. Rotate the thumbwheel on the bottom of the steering column to remove all slack from the indicator cable. 7 Install the upper steering column cover.
To Adjust :
1- Unclip parking brake boot.
2- Detach the center console upper section.
3- Disconnect cigar lighter electrical connector.
4- Remove te center console upper section , disconnect the transmission mode and traction control electrical connectors
5- Move the selector lever to position "R"
6- Loosen the selector cable lock nut
7- Detach the selector cable.
8- Raise and support the car.
9- Move the Rotary position switch to the "R" position , so that it matches the lever.
10- Lower the car.
11- Connect the selector cable (Do not tighten selector lever lock nut)
12- Move selector lever to "D" , hold the selector lever applying light pressure and fingure tighten the rear lock nut , then fingure tighten the front lock nut
13- Now move the lever to different gear positions , ( when "D" is selected , make sure it sits as close as possible to the "D" and "4" position in each corner.
14- Tighten selector lever lock nut.
15- Install center console upper section. (connect the transmission mode and traction control electrical connectors)
16- Connect the cigar lighter connector
17- Install the center console upper section.
18- Clip together the parking brake boot.
And you are done , I know it looks hard but it is not , read through my instructions and understand it and all will be easy to do.
Good luck , hope it helped :)
Check the fluid., check it while engine is running and warm. Drive it around the block or to the store and check it when you get back while its on a level surface. Do you ever see leaks on the ground under your car and have any of them stopped recently, could be low on or out of fluid. (Can never be all the way out of fluid, but way too low.)
First thing just try to push or pull the 4x4 lever if you get it to move and it feels like it went into some gear try to drive the truck.If this works look on the shifter for the 4x4 and put it in 2 wheel drive (H2 is two wheel drive,H4 is 4x4 high,and L4 is 4x4 low range).Make sure you have the clutch depresed when you try to move the 4x4 lever.If you try this stuff with no fix try and look for clutch adjustment on the transmision you may need to adjust it or your clutch is bad.