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so the easter egg hunts.
we get them endlessly here.
why not say what fails. ? first. then ask ?
so we can be on the same page.?
first off is car 2wd or 4wd????
and is it M/T box question or A/T box. (auto or stick)
its not "micro switch", at all , just a switch.
let me guess.
1: PRNDL switch and reverse bad, or? park lock out fails. or?
2: 4wd switch. ?
3: or the stick shift, reverse switch,
why must I have to guess, whats wrong.
park lock fail (shifter jammed)
reverse lamps dead/
if the lights not working check the fuse with a test light, if they appeared to be good remove the bulb and find a good ground to clip your test light with the pointed end of the test light touch the center led witch should be positive if it dont light up check the ground then the wires it self there may be a short or a bad ground and change the bulb if you cant see weather its good or bad and sometime you have to scrape inside or twist the bulb i hope you get some results
1.The battery negative and more importantly positive cable must be disconnected. 2. There are 2 14mm bolts holding the starter in place, the upper bolt can be removed by leaning over into the engine compartment from under the hood with a socket and extension on a ratchet or a ratcheting wrench. 3. crawl under the front passenger wheel and remove the positive cable nut, remove positive cable from starter. 4. unclip the small ground wire attached to starter. 5. remove the lower starter bolt. 6. There is room on the bottom of the vehicle to wiggle the starter down to the floor and out from under the vehicle. There isn't enough room to get the starter out from the engine compartment up and out from under the hood. 7. installation of new starter is reverse of installation.
This procedure should work on any Isuzu Rodeo, Trooper, Amigo, or Honda Passport with a 2.6L 4 cylinder 4ZE1 engine
Manual gearbox: check on right hand side of gearbox. There's an electrical switch(looks like large nut nut) with 2 wires coming out of it These wires have connectors toward the top of the gearbox, diconnect them. The wires that this switch was connected to, conect them to each other. ie the reverse light switch has been bypassed. Put the vehicle in reverse. Turn on the ignition. DO NOT START. Check the reverse lights. If on the switch is faulty and needs to be replaced. If not measure the voltage across each of the wires and a good earth point. (Gearbox casing will do fine. ) One of the wires should read < 12V. If 12V then
Globes are faulty(Replace)
wiring to the globes are faulty - unlikely -(This can be repaired by simply running a new wire to the globes)
If no 12V then the wiring to the fusebox is faulty. A quick fix is to run a new wire from the fusebox to the switch(Connect to fuse C-3, indicated as "turn, back")
the wiring on the gear box is connected to switches wrong, there bullet head connectors red to red wiring and blue to blue from switch to loom is correct
both wires on one switch are red connect these to the 2 red wires one has colour trace on it also. the other switch blue wires to blue wire on loom with possibly another colour wire but they are together. you cant go wrong the connectors are male on one wire and female on the other on each switch(detent switch)
2 10mm bolts on the underside of the door, 1 behind the door panel will need to come out, couple of small phillips screws along top all will release the vertical steel window guide. Be careful when removing the rubber weatherstrip so it does get bent to much. It not to big of a deal just be patient and methodical.
Holden Gemini has two different carbys the difference is the number of pins on wiring loom plug to carby, a couple of these pins are connected to switches on gearbox and it changes the carby settings depending witch gear it is in .One switch on gearbox is reversing lights and others if fitted are for carby.