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I have a beogram rx2 It turns on 2 revolutions then shuts off.

There is the click of the larger solenoid when it shuts off.When I hold the run control on it still shuts down after 2 revolutions.

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Hi Rick:
This should be a diesel engine so if it starts when the key is turned to the start but stops when the key is released, the fuel is being shut off since a diesel will continue to run as long as it is getting fuel.
Something is wrong with the fuel shutoff solenoid or the switch connection that is providing power to it.
I'd be trouble shooting the intended wiring function with a voltmeter or continuity meter.
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My 2000 intrepid will no start. My husband has recently replaced with a new alternator. The car ran fort the 2 days.After i shut it off it then never started back. My husband then replaced the fuel pump...


Check injectors for operation of solenoids. Put long screwdriver on injector and hold ear to screwdriver while someone cranks engine. If injector clicks once every 2 revolutions, injectors are working. If working, check fuel pressure at rail. If low, replace fuel pressure regulator (get back to me for instructions).

If injectors not clicking, the powertrain control module is not sending signals to the injectors. This could be caused by the camshaft position sensor or the PCM itself.

If you have more questions, please let us know.

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Mazda 3 code p0734


DTC P0734 Gear 4 incorrect (incorrect gear ratio detected) DETECTION CONDITION
• The PCM monitors revolution ratio of the forward clutch drum revolution to the differential gear case revolution when the following monitoring conditions are met. If the revolution ratio is below 0.6 or 1.25 or more, the PCM determines that there is a malfunction. Monitoring condition: - ATF temperature 20 °C {68 °F} or more - Driving in 4 GR in D or M range - Engine running - Turbine speed within 225-4,987 rpm - Vehicle speed 50 km/h {31 mph} or more - Closed throttle position - Differential gear case (output) revolution speed 35 rpm or more - None of the following present: DTC P0500, P0706, P0707, P0708, P0712, P0713, P0715, P0751, P0752, P0753, P0756, P0757, P0758, P0761, P0762, P0763, P0766, P0767, P0768, P0771, P0772, P0773 Diagnostic support note: • This is a continuous monitor (CCM). • The MIL does not illuminate. • The AT warning light illuminates if the PCM detects the above malfunction condition during the first drive cycle. • FREEZE FRAME DATA is not available. • A PENDING CODE is not available. • The DTC is stored in the PCM memory. POSSIBLE CAUSE
• ATF level low • Deteriorated ATF • Shift solenoids A, B or C stuck • Pressure control solenoid stuck • Line pressure low 2-4 brake band slipping 3-4 clutch slipping • Forward clutch slipping • Control valve stuck (Bypass or 3-4 shift valve) • Oil pump malfunction • PCM malfunction
Diagnostic procedure
STEP INSPECTION ACTION 1 VERIFY RELATED REPAIR INFORMATION AVAILABILITY
• Verify related Service Bulletins and/or on-line repair information availability. • Is any related repair information available? Yes Perform repair or diagnosis according to the available repair information. No Go to the next step. 2 INSPECT ATF CONDITION
• Inspect the ATF condition. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) INSPECTION.) • Is it normal? Yes Go to the next step. No Replace the transaxle, then go to Step 8. 3 INSPECT ATF LEVEL
• Start the engine. • Warm up the ATX. • Is the ATF level within the specification? (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID (ATF) INSPECTION.) Yes Go to the next step. No Add ATF to the specified level, then go to Step 8. 4 INSPECT SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE A AND D FOR CLICK SOUND
• Perform operation inspection. (See SOLENOID VALVE INSPECTION.) • Verify the click sound of shift solenoids A and D when applying B+ to each transaxle terminal. Note • The click from solenoid D is barely audible. Remove solenoids to correctly inspect if necessary. • Was a click heard from solenoids? Yes Go to the next step. No Replace the solenoid where you could not hear click sound, then go to Step 8. (See SOLENOID VALVE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.) 5 INSPECT LINE PRESSURE
• Start the engine. • Measure the line pressures. Specification
Idle: 330-470 kPa {3.4-4.7 kgf/cm2, 48-68 psi}
Stall:
1,090-1,250 kPa {11.2-12.7 kgf/cm2, 159-181 psi} (Z6)
1,160-1,320 kPa {11.8-13.5 kgf/cm2, 168-191 psi} (LF)
• Are the line pressures within the specifications? (See Line Pressure Test.) Yes Go to the next step. No All ranges: Replace the oil pump, then go to Step 8. Any ranges: Replace the control valve body, then go to Step 8. (See CONTROL VALVE BODY REMOVAL.) (See CONTROL VALVE BODY INSTALLATION.) 6 INSPECT STALL SPEED
• Measure the stall speed in D range. (See Stall Test.) Specification
2,100-2,700 rpm (Z6)
2,000-2,600 rpm (LF)
• Is the stall speed within the specification? Yes Go to the next step. No Replace the automatic transaxle, then go to Step 8. (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [Z6].) (See AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [LF].) 7 INSPECT FREQUENCY OF INPUT/TURBINE SPEED SENSOR WHEN DRIVING VEHICLE
• Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position. • Connect the WDS or equivalent. • Start the engine. • Measure the frequency of input/turbine speed sensor while driving vehicle under the following conditions: - Vehicle speed (VSS PID): 80 km/h {49 mph} - Drive in the D range, 4GR - Throttle opening angle (TP PID): approx. 25% • Was the frequency of the input/turbine speed sensor at approx. 1,200 Hz? Yes Go to the next step. No Replace the control valve body, then go to the next step. (See CONTROL VALVE BODY REMOVAL.) (See CONTROL VALVE BODY INSTALLATION.) 8 VERIFY REPAIR OF DTC P0732
• Make sure to reconnect all the disconnected connectors. • Clear the DTC using the WDS or equivalent. • Start the engine. • Warm up the transaxle. • Drive the vehicle under the following conditions for more than 5 s: - ATF temperature: 20 °C {68 °F} or more - Drive in the D range, 4GR - Throttle opening angle (TP PID): 0% - Vehicle speed (VSS PID): 50 km/h {31 mph} or more • Are any DTCs present? Yes Replace the PCM, then go to the next step. (See PCM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [ZJ, Z6].) (See PCM REMOVAL/INSTALLATION [LF].) No Go to the next step. 9 VERIFY AFTER REPAIR PROCEDURE
• Perform the "After Repair Procedure". (See AFTER REPAIR PROCEDURE [FN4A-EL].) • Are any DTCs present? Yes Go to the applicable DTC inspection. No DTC troubleshooting completed. click here to refer to this reference.
if you need further assistance please let me know and i will be glad to assist you further. Thanks, Midwest-tek

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I don't know what to tell you, if you don't know what it looks like and I try to tell you what to do, and you jump the wrong wire's, could and will cause major damage to your elec. system, best to take it in for repair, or could cost you more in the long run, just trying to be helpful and save you money at the same time.

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2003 f 350 starts then shuts down 2 or 3 times in a.m. then runs good all day ford changed high pressure oil pump still happens


The first thing i would check is the Glow Plug Relay. Depending on your engine 7.3 i think you have, there should be (2 solenoids, or just one) sitting on the top front a little to the right of center. (right bank of engine that is) If you have 2 of them one should be smaller and it is the one furthest to the rear of the engine. It controls power to your glow plugs for cold start up. When you turn the key to the on position the 2 larger wires should both have power. When the ignition is off only one wire should have power. Check this if you do both these tests and only one wire has power with key on or off then you need to make sure that the key switch is sending power to the solenoid. Do this by checking the smaller wire with key off. It should not have power and then with key on it should have power. If this is good and test one is bad then the relay is bad. Note This is not true for the larger realy that sits furthest foward on the engine. The bigger one. This test will not work for it but it controls your intake heater. On another note: This is a timed circut and will "kick out" after about 1-2 minutes. In otherwords it does not stay on all the time that key switch is on it will for for about 1-2 minutes then shut off! Next would be your injectors are getting weak or bad and even your HPOP could be getting weak. or glow plugs in engine are out, In otherwords there are alot of possibilities causing your problems If you are getting a misfire code for your injectors then you may have some weak or inop injectors. Any way this will give you a pretty easy test for the most common failure which is the Glow plug relay. About 35-40 bucks at your local auto parts house.

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Car wont start but lights work and starter lights flash on and off


You likely have a dead battery of a bad starter. Does it click when you turn the key?
BATTERY: There may be enough juice to runs some lights but not enough to actuate the solenoid.
SOLENOID: This is a switch that controls the juice to the starter on your engine. It makes a click when it is first engaged. If it is not working correctly, your starter cannot get juice and won't engage.
STARTER: If the starter is too far gone to even make a revolution, then it is time to replace it.
Many auto parts stores will test batteries and starters for free, but the trick is getting there!
Hope this helps! Rate my solution!

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Question regarding a honda odyssey 1999 check engine light codes.


Ramon
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Charlie

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