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We have a 1999 Isuzu rodeo. Transmission wont shift except with power button on. As in not move. What could be wrong??

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ANgie.
"As in not move." Id like to buy a noun from you, what is the implied IT here.
is it the car will not move
or the shifter lever is stuck. (brake lights dead? on rear?)
if the lever moves, and then you try
DRIVE< low and reverse????????????????
what do the ALL DO. (car moving wise)?


the transmission is electronically shifted.
the power button changes shift patterns.
here are the steps, (over 1000 steps on A/t work so ill skip a few)
1: check fuses.
2: scan the PCM this tells you what the TCM brain sees
the TCM is the transmission control module (regardless of its location)
the TCM has errors, if it does then we work from there.
3: make sure all shift linkages are ok, (inspections with eyes and hands)
lacking answers to the above, makes clear causes, impossible.


Q1 is shift'er lever stuck?
Q2, if no to the above, what gears work, PRNDL?
R fail, D fail and L fail?

Posted on Dec 25, 2016

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