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We put in the new overdrive solenoid and went to put it back in the transmission an it won't line up it has at least 3/8 on an inch play where the 7 bolts will not lign up

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Try “autozone.com” or your local library for diagrams and step by step instructions.

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When the a transmission solenoid is malfunction, in most cases the problem is not the electrical part of the solenoid; the problem is foreign material obstructing the mechanical function of the solenoid or the flow of the fluid through the transmission valve body. If the transmission fluid is very dirty, it is recommend changing the transmission fluid and if possible removing the transmission pan for further diagnosis. Excessive debris or metal particles on the transmission pan could be an indication that there is a transmission mechanical failure and that the transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced.

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Where is the overdrive solenoid located on my 2001 Buick park avenue? I have the transmission pan off , can i put that back on and still put the solenoid? i would like a diagram of where it is located


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1998 dodge 3500 will not go in overdrive so i had transmission rebuilt it will not stay in overdrive for only 2 or 3 miles i took the truck to advance auto they check it with a scanner and said it was...


If the parts are functioning correctly as you say which sounds like they do you must have a weak computer that needs replacing instead. If a short was there no overdrive will work at all times

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If you have a manual transmission model, check the wiring to the overdrive solenoid (M46,M47 transmission with type M overdrive) and check all fuses. This solenoid simply opens a check valve that allows the overdrive to function (DO NOT reverse the vehicle with the overdrive engaged or damage will result to the unit itself).
Automatic transmission models also have an overdrive override solenoid, bottom left side. If it is stuck in the override mode, check for shorted wiring to the solenoid. Also check the switch which can bind closed. If you can put a voltmeter on the wiring to the solenoid itself, check for voltage; if you have voltage and the switch is known good, the wiring is faulty. No voltage means the solenoid plunger is stuck down. Remove the solenoid and repair or replace it. In most cases replacement of a well-used item is better than repair.
All models: Always verify the condition of the wiring and connectors before condemning the unit. In most cases a voltmeter will rule out what the solenoid isn't doing. If you have voltage at the terminals on manual transmission models but no overdrive function, the solenoid has either seized or the coil has burned out. On automatic transmission models voltage at the terminals means the opposite: the solenoid will override overdrive and keep it in the third gear. No voltage for manual means no overdrive; no voltage on the terminals for automatic models means overdrive engages normally; if this is the case, replace the solenoid.
If, after all this checks out, on automatic models, this means that the transmission valve body has plugged up with deposits. For manual models, it means roughly the same (the overdrive is essentially a one-gear automatic transmission) and it also indicates that something is amiss with the hydraulic circuits, in both cases. Low line pressure can also cause this to happen in both types which means either the fluid is bad, the valve body is dirty, the screen is clogged or the main oil pump in the transmission (automatic models) is leaking. Always perform a thorough check before condemning either transmission type - they are conventional in design and very sturdy.
On AW-7x transmissions, no brake bands are used, therefore only clutch packs are employed. On the M46 and M47 manual models, the overdrive is a bolt on unit (type J or type M, depending on year). On the ZF series of automatic transmissions, the overdrive is integral to the transmission, being a true fourth gear. All models use a solenoid to control the upper gear range.
Note also that if you have the manual transmission, it may prove risky to rebuild it if you can beat the synchro by a quick change. Rebuilds offer up different wear surfaces to the case and can make a noisy transmission noisier.
Automatic models utilize clutch packs front to back. Band brakes were eliminated entirely, and when these start to fail the most noticeable problem is sloppy, hard shifting even after a fluid and screen job. The clutch wear surfaces decrease in friction holding and become thin. This implies loose clutches and this implies poor shift quality.
Always change the fluid completely (including the oil cooler, note it is thermostatically controlled) and clean the magnets of all debris. Introduce new oil into the system and test again.

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Shifitng gear is hard from 1st to 2nd


Go to an autoparts store and have them pull the code. If no codes found, then your sensors are fine. most likely the transmission solenoid is going bad. It will start as a gradual hard shift from 1st to 2nd and get worse. The solenoid costs about $50 you will also need a $14 filter and pan-gasket kit, and a $7 tube of red high temp rtv. and several quarts of marcon IV transmission fluidYou will have to drop the pan, unplug the bad solenoid and replace with the new one. Be carefull not to break the plastic valve. Replace the filter, reseal the gasket, close it up and refill the transmission fluid.
If you don't replace the solenoid, you can get up to 2000 miles before it completely goes bad. At that point you will not be able to shift at all (out of first)
If you don't want to rebuild transmission on your own, most garages charge $300 to $600 to fix this.
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If you get any codes ending 731 trhough 735, then your transmission is slipping. These codes are saying "invalid gear ratio" meaning that you have too many rpm's detected at shift into overdrive. In this case, you will need to adjust the Overdrive band. Ford recommends an adjustment every 15,000 miles. I don't know how much it would cost, because it only takes a few minutes to tighen the bolt yourself.
1) Get an 8-sided 5/16's socket , a 16mm combo wrench and a 10 feet pound (120 inch pound) torque wrench.
2)The lock nut is on a square shank bolt sticking out on the driver's side between the bell housing and shifter. There will be a second one toward the back of the transmission for the high gears. you want to adjust the one closest to the bell housing.
3)Loosen the lock nut with the 16mm wrench. the 8-sided 5/16's socket will fit on the square shank. Tighten the sqare shanked bolt to 10 ft lbs (120 inch pounds) Then back it off 2 turns. (This will allow the OD drum to spin when not engaged).
4) Hold the square shanked bolt from turning with the socket wrench while tightening the lock nut with the 16mm wrench.

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Will not shift into overdrive. 1987 ford mustang gt with AODE transmission.


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1. Case connector and/or harness not seated.
2. 3-4 shift solenoid (3-4 solenoid wire pin 52 should read
approx 20 ohms)
3. Powertrain Control Module
4. Vacuum line disconnected from MAP sensor.
5. Map sensor
6. Throttle position sensor
7. Vehicle speed sensor

You may want to check to see if you have any codes as it will let you know if one of the sensors are at fault. Hope this helps, good luck.

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1999 nissan frontier overdrive problem


juan: there is a cable which comes from the transmission to the throttle linkage. This is called the TV (throttle valve) cable. This is designed to work in conjunction with the position of the throttle. I'm sure you heard the term "KICK DOWN SWITCH". Well this essentially is doing the same thing. If the cable is out of adjustment, it will have a tendency to want to downshift into 3rd.
Even though overdrive is electrically actuated, it can be disengaged by the throttle position.
There is also a coolant temp sensor which keeps the transmission from shifting into overdrive until the coolant temperature reaches a certain point. The sensor tells the ECM to tell the Solenoid it's ok to supply a ground to it.
Your overdrive switch provides a ground to actuate the overdrive solenoid. Make sure the switch has a solid ground serving the circuit.
The torque converter solenoid picks up it's ground from the ECM.
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Ok its an easy fix...do not pull the trans!!!

#1 Jack up your passenger side...ck the rear
#2 Pull wheel off
#3 you will see a cover approx 5 to 6 inches with a half a dozen bolts.
#4 Take that cover off...small pan under to catch a very little trans fld.
#5 Pull off the OD clutch assy. package
#6 Use a very small pic/ flat screw driver to to remove a 5 inch retaining ring.
#7 You will see a little larger that a 1 inch c type clip...wear glasses.
#8 Remove the pancake type piston and look at the O-ring it will be split/cracked/torn or nicked. When this happens your car will run fine in 3rd gear, but will act as if it came out of gear.
#9 You will need to get a seal kit to replace it.... $15-20 approx 45-60 minutes for the progect.
#10 be very careful when you re-insert the pancake into the clutch housing. Or...you will nick it !!! come in square.!!! Do not force!!.
#11 This next step was the hard part for me ...putting the c clip back on while keeping pressure on the pressure plate. Don't bend the clip and wear glasses.
#12 Place the od clutch package back on the transmission and replace cover.
Hope this helps...I've done 6 now..all doing great..going on 3 years.

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