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check your owners manuel for a fuse .. if there is no fuse for o/d then the overdrive soleniod in no working ... the solenoid is located inside the transmission pan attached to the valve body -- first check to see if the connections on the transmission are good.. sometimes a wire will come dislodged from the group of wires in the plug
You need to check the circut for a shorted wire. If it takes a little time than you probaly need to replace the overdrive solinoid located in the valvebody. If you have the overdrive button in the gear shift handle than check the switch and wires going down to the steering colum. However it is more than likely the solinoid is shorting out.
my 1985 transmittion problem required replacement of transmittion relay. toyota part 89591-28010. also same part has 061700-0800,12v,denso japan markings. 4 prong plug located under dash above fuse panel,drivers side. it just pulls off,straight down. have tested before replacement.need more info,let me know. alan
Problem Solved Look No Longer. Overdrive switch fuse blown, auto door locks not working, fuse after fuse after fuse, chasing wires grrrr. Remove the steering column cover (3 screws from the bottom) opens like a **** shell. Your switch is located on the shift lever, the wire for the switch is routed through the handle and comes out where the shift lever mounts to the column. Look very closely at the wire in this area. Most likely rubbed through. MR