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416 backhoe won't go in reverse, Where is reverse solenoid lodated


Early model 416's were mechanical linkage to the control spool. Later models added solenoids to shift forward and reverse. This has a block with solenoids on each end.
All models have a separate solenoid for neutralizer function control by the push button on the speed control shift lever and loader control lever.
They are different were as some used current through the push buttons for the disconnect neutralizer solenoid and later models use current through the push buttons to power the transmission shifter.
When a failure occurred in the neutralizer circuit or a push button stuck, early models only need to disconnect the push buttons to make the transmission work but, later models must have a jumper installed to bypass the push buttons and keep power to the transmission control lever.
Current models are all controlled by an ecm.
An easy test to see if the transmission solenoids (if you have them) is to place a screw driver tip on the end to see if it is magnetized when you place it in forward or reverse.
All models also have a front wheel drive solenoid but, it is located in different areas for different models.
Test the push buttons to see if you have one stuck. Then check the wiring to see if the circuit is the problem. If you have the electric shift control handle, check the fuse first, the inspect the wire and circuits. If this is controlled with an ecm, you can still check the shift control wiring but, to test the ecm, a service call to the dealer is needed. Some models did include a red light in the fuse panel area to indicate an active fault is in the ecm circuit.

Feb 02, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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Intake air temperature sensor on engines


1.2) IAT - Intake Air Temperature sensor

What is it? The intake air temperature sensor is a small electrical device (Thermistor - temperature dependent resistor) that consists of a small bead on a loop of wire held within a plastic safety frame.

Where is it located? Is most often found associated with the MAF (AMM) in the air ducting immediately after the air filter/cleaner box. On cars without a MAF (a manifold pressure sensor - MAP usually takes on the role) the IAT may be sited nearer the throttle opening in the air ducting. It has only two wires that make connection with it. However, when located with the MAF, a combined multi-pin plug will serve both devices.

How does it work? It measures the intake air temperature by simply measuring the resistance in the thermistor bead on the wire. The IAT is most commonly located alongside the MAF. The IAT thermistor sends a signal proportionate to the air temperature (if the usual NTC thermistor the resistance drops with increasing temperature; if PTC type them resistance increases with increasing temperature). With the engine running, fresh air is drawn through the ducting and cools the heated MAF. The temperature of the air, in conjunction with its ability to cool the MAF allows the ECU to determine the mass of air entering the engine and thereby to select the appropriate amount of fuel by adjusting the injection times.

Symptoms of a faulty IAT
Associated OBD2 error codesDTCs: P0110 - P0114; P0127

  • Higher erratic idle speed - If the IAT is at fault the ECU cannot accurately work out the mass of air entering the engine and may use a default value that is inappropriate.
  • Erratic engine - In the absence of signals from the IAT and MAF the ECU takes readings from the TPS and other sensors and this causes a rough running engine.

How to Check? Unplug the device from the duct and check that it is clean. Put a voltmeter across the contacts and measure the resistance due to the ambient air temperature. If you then breathe on it, raising the local air temperature around the probe, you will see the resistance change as a consequence. You are looking for a change in resistance in line with a change of air temperature. If there is infinite resistance, consistent with a broken circuit, or there is no measurable response to change in air temperature then the IAT is faulty.

How to Fix? Replace it


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on Jul 15, 2011 | Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cars & Trucks

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Which front end loader is best for the Ford 2000?


You will need to talk to the people who sell this kind of equipment and do your homework.

Jun 24, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Case moves forward and backward no lift on loader


Hi James:
The forward and back comes from the transmission,
The loader is from the hydraulic accessory drive.
On my old Case it is a Cessna pump located at the front of the engine, driven from the crankshaft.
The first thing to check is to see if you have had a hydraulic failure. Pool of fluid under machine?
Then check the reservoir to see if there is adequate flouid in it.
Then check the pump and drive for failure.
It is also possible that the linkage from your loader control has become disconnected. Let's hope that's what it is as that's the easiest to repair.
Cheerfuls.

Sep 05, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Please GeoffW1 this are the fualt code diagnose from my toyota camry 1999 model v6 engine FAULT NUMBERS- 1.( p0110 ) 2.( p0135) 3.(p0450) 4.( p1410) 5.(P1411) please i need their locations and...


Sorry, I never noticed this post, for some reason I did not get an email from Fixya. If it is not too late..........
p0110 is the Intake Air Temp sensor or its wiring connector at fault. This is located at the side of the air cleaner housing.
p0135 is a fault in the No 1 oxygen sensor in bank 1, or its wiring connector. This thing is located in the exhaust manifold under the sheet metal shield at the front of the engine
p0450 is an evaporative emission system pressure sensor fault. Many people recommend replacing the fuel filler cap gasket before going further with this one

http://repairpal.com/OBD-II-Code-P0450



p1410 and p1411 indicate an EGR valve malfunction, and it may be enough to simply clean and check it, located on the engine next to the firewall. Also check the vacuum modulator and Vacuum Switch Valve, as shown here p46, 146, 152, 190


http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/eg1.pdf

Nov 15, 2012 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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Iat sensor high input


What is it? The intake air temperature sensor is small electrical device (Thermistor - temperature dependent resistor) that consists of a small bead on a loop of wire held within a plastic safety frame.


Where is it located? Is most often found associated with the MAF (AMM) in the air ducting immediately after the air filter/cleaner box. On cars without a MAF (a manifold pressure sensor usually takes on the role) the IAT may be sited nearer the throttle opening in the air ducting. It has only two wires that make connection with it. However, when located with the MAF, a combined multi-pin plug will serve both devices.


How does it work? It measures the intake air temperature by simply measuring the resistance in the thermistor bead on the wire. The IAT is most commonly located alongside the MAF. The IAT thermistor sends a signal proportionate to the air temperature (if the usual NTC thermistor the resistance drops with increasing temperature; if PTC type them resistance increases with increasing temperature). With the engine running, fresh air is drawn through the ducting and cools the heated MAF. The temperature of the air, in conjunction with its ability to cool the MAF allows the ECU to determine the mass of air entering the engine and thereby to select the appropriate amount of fuel to use by altering the injection times.


Symptoms of a faulty IAT


  • Higher erratic idle speed - If the IAT is at fault the ECU cannot accurately work out the mass of air entering the engine and may use a default value that is inappropriate.
  • Erratic engine - In the absence of signals from the IAT and MAF the ECU takes readings from the TPS and other sensors and this causes a rough running engine.


How to Check? Unplug the device from the duct and check that it is clean. Put a voltmeter across the contacts and measure the resistance due to the ambient air temperature. If you then breathe on it, raising the local air temperature around the probe, you will see the resistance change as a consequence. You are looking for a change in resistance in line with a change of air temperature. If there is infinite resistance, consistent with a broken circuit, or there is no measurable response to change in air temperature then the IAT is faulty.


How to Fix? Replace it

Dec 11, 2010 | 2002 Mitsubishi Galant

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How to change radiator and where its located?


hey the radiator is mostly located in the front of the car
in most cars you need to first unclip the pipes then by rotating them de-attach them .Then on the front of the car there are two nuts with hinges and rubber to hold the radiator just remove them and take the radiator out
one more thing remove the wire at the bottom it's of thermistor to run the fan when car gets hot
ONLY DO THIS WHEN CAR IS COLD....

Apr 25, 2010 | 1998 Saturn SL

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