Question about Casio Exilim Cameras
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Overdrive is actually the torque converter going into lock up mode. This is controlled by 12+ volts being supplied through a brake switch (which kicks it out when you hit the brakes) which can easily become knocked out of position or adjustment, then through a connector on the outside left of the transmission which could have been damaged or left disconnected, then through a pressure switch in the transmission which only closes when pressure is detected meaning the trans is in 4th gear, then to a solenoid which when energized provides fluid pressure to the converter clutch valve located in the valve body up until about 1997, and after is located inside the trans front pump. The solenoid in the trans often fails, but I would check all fuses, then the brake switch which you should adjust so that it is depressed until the brake pedal is pushed down.
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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