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1996 toyota t100 sr5 6 cyl auto 245,000 miles tranny model 3040LE 35000serial- 96B R 23175 34090 transmission shifts and locks into each point, park, reverse, d, 2, 1 display on the dash "D" regardles of actual gear engauged, on the driver side, we have linkages, not cables, all seem tight off driver side indicator shaft is at 1200~0600 when in neutral position electrical connector appears set. IF you move the pickup connectionm SOMETIMES the idicator light will change to a different gear HELP

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  • glenn_britto Jun 30, 2009

    the transmission can be shifted, the brake sensor releases the column shift, when the shifter is rotated through the gears, only the "D" indicator light on the dash whill illuminate. i was able to "wiggle" the electrical connector at the tranny. for gear location, and the dash light went from "D" to "L"

  • glenn_britto Jun 30, 2009

    this is going nowhere quick



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  • glenn_britto Jul 01, 2009

    dumb question

    do you consider the selector switch to be the same as the park~neutral switch? if not, what is the location of the selector switch.

    thanks for your help

    glenn

  • glenn_britto Jul 03, 2009

    reading data on the park~neutral switch, finding it on the schematic, physically finding it on the vehicle and then reading about the shift selector switch with trails leading no where, IS agrevating. I do appretiate the clarification.
    when the existing switch is removed, you can check pin 4 & 10 with an oHm meter with the slotted acctuator at 1200~0600, simulating neutral. if you get continuity, the switch is good, if the meter does not move, replace the switch. It was great to find my switch "bad". slapped a new puppy on, plugger her in, problem solved,
    thanks again for the help
    glenn

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Its one and the same: Park neutral switchLook down from the battery on the front of the transmission housing. Has lever and a linkage that comes from above, and big multiwire plug on top.


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You have a bad selsctor switch, replacing it will solve the problem.

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Hi there,

The brake switch, located under the dash above the brake pedal, has probably failed. In emergency you can unplug it and jump with a paper clip to get out of park. Remember that you won't have any stop lamps either if this switch is bad.

Good Luck!!
Thanks

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  • Mukesh Kumar Jun 30, 2009

    The "D" lite flashes when there is a trans DTC set.
    disconnect the battery then reconnect it.This will delete any codes from the computer chip.Your light will be off then.

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