Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
There are 3 buttons: 1) to select 2 wheel drive, 2) to select 4 wheel drive and 3) to select 4 wheel drive low gear. When a button is pressed it should show a suitable symbol on the dash and a noise occurs whilst the gear option engages. This has stopped working quite suddenly and I don't know why.
Start by looking at the fuse box... check all the fuses. Next possibility is a relay.
The Suzuki Jimny Transmission Control Module (TCM) is an electronic circuit component that controls gear shift, TCC lock-up and idle-up according to the signal from each sensor. It is a microcomputer consisting of an IC, transistor, diode, etc. It is installed behind glove box.
1. Ignition switch
2. Transmission range sensor
3. Input shaft speed sensor
4. Output shaft speed sensor (A/T VSS)
5. Shield wire
6. Vehicle speed sensor (VSS)
7. Transmission fluid temperature sensor
8. Shift solenoid-A (Shift solenoid No.1)
9. Shift solenoid-B (Shift solenoid No.2)
10. Shift solenoid-C (Shift solenoid No.3)
11. Shift solenoid-D (Shift solenoid No.4) 12. TCC solenoid (Lock-up solenoid)
13. "O/D" cut switch
14. "O/D OFF" lamp
15. Monitor connector No.2
17. To ECM
18. To A/C
19. To brake lamp switch
20. To main relay
21. Terminal arrangement of TCM coupler
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have an issue with the solenoid. This is the one that selects the gear for you. It is found inside the transmission and has wires coming out of it. It may be just dirty or needs repelacement.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
If it does not have a drain plug then you could disconnect fuel line and place in container and connect + to fuel pump at tank and neg to earth .Should pump out most of it.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
get it serviced?
2 problems ,
first slow down, in older cars. Huh? tempting fate?
get the wheel bearings check first.
car must be 100% road worthy to go fast. (to learn ask)
id not drive it. not me.
not until many checks for safety done.
do you need list.?
go to any brake , tire or suspension shop and ask them to diagnose this. what if a wheel bearings is seizing slowing car.
is the steering pulling, if yes, stop driving it. and for sure 80!
or better any ASE Auto repair shop (pros) they will check it all.
and then you will be safe, and us behind you too.
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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