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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
transmission shift solenoid is stuck open this is a common vehicle issue in automatics and not particular to any make or model vehicle 15 dollar part and arm and leg for labor if taken in
heres an idea to try
take out the transmission filter and replace with new one make sure to take not of any metal debry in trans pan this indicates the trans had sheered its gears down and a trans rebuild is needed
the transfilter needs to be changed at a certain milage interval they can get clogged up
there is a kit you buy for your truck at any parts store
its an easy change hour of time unbolt trans pan unbolt trans filter and put new one in
kit comes with new seals less than an hour you can do it yourself
to overdrive you would feel a difference in shift badley if it was that something to keep in mind
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: 4x4 won't engage
I had similar issue with my 1997 f150. Dash said it was in 4 X 4 but it was not engaging the front end. It would "change gears" to low range in 4 lo so transfer case was moving. I found that to the firewall side of the battery is the shift solenoids and there are vacuum lines to them well long story short battery acid made the plastic lines very brittle and they broke. so not vacuum to the solenoids. so not vac to the differential so no engagement
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
well the low cost way to go first would be to try and change the trans fluids. If the problems still remains the it may be an internal problem
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Problem solved. I found on the www the wiring diagram, corresponding to the o/d switch. I saw that there is a engine coolant temp switch (at coolant outlet of engine). the connector to it was corroded. So cleaning it,...o/d is now working proper.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
Most likley cause is the Rail Oil Pressure Sensor which is under the cam cover and sends info to the ECU . No or wrong info an the ECU stops the engine ,you can test this part by pulling out the white or yellow wire from the multi plug by the dipsick on the car side of the loom .All the other wires in this plug are pink so its easy to see. then if the car starts the sensor is at fault but get a new one !
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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