Question about 2001 Toyota 4Runner - SR5, without running boards - Fender Flares - Extend-a-Fender
I have replaced the solenoid SL but now it reads is an electrical problem
Hi, If the code wasn't there before you fitted the solenoid and you replaced it for a different reason there are a few possibilities. 1 is that you used a second hand solenoid and its duff. 2 most probable you have disturbed something or not made a good connection when you replaced it.
If you have a multi meter and know how to test resistance check the resistance across the solenoid terminals with it disconnected, Then test the other (same type) solenoids the same way - they should all read the same within a few ohms, That should show up a faulty solenoid. Then when you put it back together just be very thorough and make sure all the connections are perfectly clean and nice and tight as you rebuild. If you can test each connection with a multi meter back through the solenoid as you go it will show up any poor connections. Good luck. Jon
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