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Posted by Anonymous on
Check your transmission fluid while it's in park and running to see if it's low,add when engine is off,goes in where the dipstick is,use a funnel.
Posted on Jul 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a computer chip in the lock cylinder that goes bad ,so change the key and cylinder,then leave new key on until the light stops flashing about ten minutes this will set your new key to the security system hope this helps
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Blinking D4 can also mean electical problem. In my case it was ignition switch's life comming to the end. If my ignition switch was finaly dead and I replaced it with a new one D4 was not blinking anymore. If you have problems with ignition switch, for example it will not start engine at first time try to replace it before it will break on the road in least expected moment. I have '95 odyssey. The ignition switch is faulty in time, it was subject of honda factory recall.
Posted on May 02, 2009
the first common possibilty would be to check fluid level, if the fluid level is good, I would recommend changing the transaxle fluid and filter. if this does not correct the issue, a professional transmission repair person will need to diagnose for you, good luck!
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
The pajero has a limp mode for when there is an issue with the 4x4 system. The ECU apparently limits the vehicles capabilities until the problem is fixed. By turning the car off and on again you are reseting the fail-safe until it again triggers. The fault may be that a part of the drive train, secondary transfer case or auto locking hubs is not working correctly. For my Pajero, the auto hubs were not disengaging. This was later found to be caused by sticking air solendoids. Each solenoids cost was about $200 and there are two for the hubs. I was able to free them up by soaking the solenoids in CRC/ WD40 and a bit inside the air tubes as well plus repeatedly engaging and disengaging the 4x4 lever to activate the hubs. The auto hubs may not be the issue in your case but its worth a try.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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