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Cant find modulator valve on 94 isuzu rodeo

Where on the transimission is the modulator valve located

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  • ddannyymoore Feb 19, 2009

    transmission will not change out from 1st to drive. I can do it manually and it changes out but won't stay in drive very long jumps back and forth

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If u mean the vacuum modulator valve, it doesn't have one, it is an electronically controlled transmission, what is the problem with trans?

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    yadayada Feb 19, 2009

    U will need to have the system scanned for trouble codes, chances are the 1 to 2 shift soleinoid has failed.

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