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OIL DRAIN ERROR


34700z what it was posted under. The oil drain solenoid is not opening it is located if you open the back pannel of the unit the center cylinder has a copper tube coming out of the bottem. fallow that tube and it will take you to a solenoid. take the solenoid apart and clean the disbre out of it and inspect the plunger for damage.

Jan 10, 2013 | Robinair Measuring Tools & Sensors

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MY 34700Z ON RECOVER SAYS LOW PRESSURE, IT EVACUATES OK BUT SHOOTS OIL INTO OIL BOTTLE UNDER PRESSURE @ SAME TIME


your recycle solenoid is stuck open. the oil drain switch works by building pressure up to 16 psi then the recycel solenoid shuts off and the oil drain solenoid opens. if the recycle solenoid is stuck open you will get liquid 134 out when it is draining

Nov 19, 2012 | Robinair Cool Tech 34700Z Recovery,...

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Where is the oil plug drain located on a 2010 harley wide glide ?


The oil drain plug for your Wide Glide is located on the bottom of the transmission as the oil tank is in this location. The oil drain plug is usually located at the right front of the oil pan.

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Steve

Jun 12, 2011 | 2010 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide

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I have a 97 toyota camry 2.2, will not shift into overdrive.\r\ncode for the problem is PO755 B, where is this solenoid located. Transmission is A140E


solenoids on this vehicle transmission is located inside the transmission. You must drain the transmission oil, then remove the transmission oil pan to access it.

May 23, 2011 | 1997 Toyota Camry

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How do I locate the transmission shift soleniod. I this a promlem I can fix? Can I get to it without dropping the transmission. Ihave access to an auto shop, or should I take it to a transmission shop?


Its located inside the trans and need to open the drain plug on the transmission oil pan with a socket and drain the oil into a drain pan, then need to remove the bolts that secure the transmission oil pan to the transmission.

Now could you to remove the bolt that holds the transmission dipstick bracket to the bell housing with a socket. You can locate the bolt from the engine compartment. Place a scraper between the transmission pan and the bottom of the transmission and break the seal loose so you can remove the pan.

Remove the defective solenoid by removing the bolt that secures the solenoid to the harness. Three solenoids control the shifting on the Jeep. All have white and yellow wiring harnesses connected to them. The solenoid to the left (towards the Cherokee's engine) controls shifting "overdrive." The solenoid in the middle controls shifts between second and third gear. The third solenoid, closest to the rear of the Cherokee, controls shifts between first and second and between third and fourth. If you know which gear your transmission is stuck in, replace the solenoid that corresponds with that gear. If you are not sure, remove all three. Additionald etalis can find in this link: Jeep Secc-21S-Automatic-Transmission-42RE

Why you askw about this? Has some symthom or fault code there?

Feb 10, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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34700 unit when in the vacuum mode it sends R134 into the oil recovery bottle tank


Please check oil drain sensor(switch) or oil drain solenoid for any debris. If both are check OK, then check Vacuum,Recycle and charge solenoid for any debris or damage. Replace/rebuild as needed. Hope this will help you

Nov 03, 2010 | Robinair Cool Tech 34700Z Recovery,...

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I have a robinair 34788 machine and when I am recovering a system for service the recover feature no longer completes down to the oil drain. Its like it gets stuck on recover.... and by that I mean it...


It's sound like problem with oil drain solenoid or harness. please check harness of oil drain solenoid. If harness is ok & connected with relay board then you need to replace oil drain solenoid.

Oct 11, 2010 | Robinair Cool Tech 34700Z Recovery,...

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Cool Tech 34700Z Recovery, Recycling, Recharging: when performing a/c system charging see bubles in ...


Pls Check oil drain solenoid it's may need to rebuild or replace.If solenoid is OK then you may need to change oil drain switch.

May 17, 2010 | Robinair Cool Tech 34700Z Recovery,...

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Oil Change


The oil drain plug is located at the bottom of the engine under the car It should be a bolt directly in the oil pan that would be your oil drain plug.

Feb 01, 2009 | 2001 Cadillac DeVille

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