Question about 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have an 80 series
It seems like your "2nd start" button is turned on. The 80 series LC has a button next to the shifter which allows it to start in 2nd gear. If the button is not engaged then there could be a problem with the circuit, but that is not common
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
I had the same problem on my '92 4runner and it was the 1-2 shift solenoid. The solenoids can be checked with an ohm meter but may read okay. Then while in service and warm, they will intermittently fail. I ended up changing the 1-2 shift solenoid and it solved the shift problem.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
SOURCE: i have automatic vx 80
Presuming you have correctly extracted Transmission codes (and not engine codes)....
Firstly, when you extracted the codes previously, did you erase them from the ECM? You should always erase the codes using scan tool (or remove ECM fuse, or disconnect NEG battery for few minutes) after any repair.
The ECM commands gearshifting by turning shift solenoids ON/OFF. When the ECM detects problems with any of the solenoids, it sends the transmission into Fail-Safe mode (controls only the good solenoids) when in Drive.
If these transmission codes are fresh faults, then these are:
Code 62: Solenoid #1 circuit fault. You will need to re-inspect the wiring to solenoid #1 (maybe loose connector?) and the solenoid itself (as per diagrams below).
Measure resistance between terminals 1 & 2 of the connector.
Should be between: 5.0 to 5.6 Ohms at 20deg C (68deg F)
Connect battery (POS +) lead with a 21w bulb to terminal 2 of solenoid connector and battery (NEG -) to terminal 1 of solenoid connector (as per diagram below). You should hear the solenoid operate.
If both tests prove OK - then test/repair wiring loom.
If test in NOT ok - then replace solenoid.
Code 65: Timing Solenoid circuit fault. Test procedure same as above.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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