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I need to know if there is a relay switch for the transmittions for 4X4 lx6 passport i get nuetraul and reverse only don't know what it is

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Put it in Neutral and shift it to two wheel drive; you must have the key inserted and in the "on" position to move the gearshift. Check this first!!! Might be a bad clutch cable as well.

Likely this is one electrical problem, if can access to your service manual, check it and verified tha harnesses connections to the trans.


Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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    You have a fault with the
    transmission. If fault has set a DTC, the CHECK TRANS light on
    instrument panel will flash. The DTC may be retrieved to determine
    transmission problem area.





    Also the control module contains a fail-safe system. When a failure or
    problem is present in the transmission electronic control system, the
    control module may go into a back-up mode using pre-programmed values,
    allowing vehicle to be driven.





    The CHECK TRANS light on instrument panel will flash to inform driver of
    a problem. Vehicle can be driven, but shifting must be done manually.
    When manually shifting transmission, if shift lever is placed in "D" or
    "3" position, transmission remains in 4th gear. If shift lever is placed
    in "2" position, transmission remain in 3rd gear. If shift lever is
    placed in "L" position, transmission remains in 1st gear. If shift lever
    is placed in "R" position, transmission will shift into reverse.





    If you don’t have a TECH 1 scan tool, then start with step 5.





    TCM Diagnostic Trouble Codes





    1. Locate diagnostic connector (2-pin connector) and TCM/ECM data link connector (3-pin connector). See Fig. 2 .




    2. If using a TECH 1 scan
    tool, ensure ignition is off. Connect Adapter Cable (TA-02279-B) and
    scan tool to TCM/ECM data link connector, and to battery supply voltage
    using Adapter Cable (J-38770-4).





    3. Turn ignition on. Using TECH 1 scan tool, note DTC displays on scan tool using scan tool manufacturer's instructions.





    4. If no data can be obtained on TECH 1 scan tool, perform diagnostic
    connector and voltage supply test. See DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR &
    VOLTAGE SUPPLY TEST under appropriate DIAGNOSTIC TESTS. If data is
    received, proceed to step 8 .





    5. If using diagnostic connector and CHECK TRANS light, ensure ignition
    is off. Install a fused jumper wire between terminals No. 1 and 2 on
    diagnostic connector (2-pin connector). See Fig. 2 . This places TCM in
    self-diagnostic mode.




    6. Turn ignition on. DTC
    will be displayed by flashing CHECK TRANS light. CHECK TRANS light will
    remain off for 3.2 seconds, then flash on and off at .4 second intervals
    for 9 flashes if operation is normal. See Fig. 7 . If a DTC is present,
    CHECK TRANS light will remain off for 3.2 seconds, then flash each 2
    digit DTC 3 times.





    7. After all DTCs are
    displayed, DTC retrieval cycle will repeat, beginning with the first
    DTC. DTCs will be displayed as long as jumper wire is installed in
    diagnostic connector.





    8. Once DTC is obtained, determine probable cause and symptom. See DTC
    IDENTIFICATION table. For trouble shooting of DTCs, see appropriate
    DIAGNOSTIC TESTS. Turn ignition off. Remove TECH 1 scan tool or jumper
    wire.




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