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Hi p0122 is throttle position sensor circuit low input meaning that the power feed is missing: I would visually check the connector that leads to the t.p.s. see if it is secure,carefully disconnect it and apply some diellectric grease.If the wires are all intact and the grease does'nt make a difference then a test on the sensor and the circuit will have to be performed carefully so as not to short circuit the computer.I suggest you purchase a repair manual which will explain how to carry out the test carefully and you will need a multimeter as well.Haynes or chilton manuals are available at auto shops.....I don't have the code P1693.It is not very difficult to replace the t.p.s.just remove the two srews that holds it to the throttle body unplug the connector and reverse the procedure. Disconnect the negative battery lead while working on it.
What about the rubbers in the strut bars.The strut bars are close to the seat .But I would also check the trans. mount.
There is a sensor or solinoid on the extension housing of the trans. It is high up in a corner .I wish I knew what it is because it leaks fluid but I don't want to trouble it before I know what it does and if it just needs a new rubber ring.Any one knows ? Thanks for any help.
Need to know if my transmission is a 36rh or 46rh. It has electronic overdrive because it can be shut off with a button.I have gathered some info. that seems to be saying that the trans. in the 1995 to 2001 1500to 2500 v8 5.2L is 36rh.On the other hand the 1500 to 3500 1995to 2003 v8 5.2L has 46rh.It is one or the other but I can't decide.My van has a 318 engine. Is there a more specific way to be sure? thanks for any help.
Driving with a low tank can cause problems and if debris is in the tank the pump will be damaged either by the debris or lack of lubrication as the gas lubricates the pump.It is best to keep tank closer to half.
If the coolant is disappearing fast, lost of power, white smoke from exhaust,and no visible signs of a leak then one would have to conclude a broken head-gasket or cracked block or head but I would rather think it is a head-gasket myself for now.A pressure test on the cooling system would confirm.I also believe that if there is a blockkage like a collapsed radiator hose or blockkage in the radiator it could make the water boil away but I suppose one would see the steam.
If the bendix gear is damaged it will jam in the ring-gear and won't return like it is suppose to.If it is not damaged then a little light oil on the bendix worm can help it to return but the only way to know would be to remove the starter and have a look at the gear for damage to the bendix and or ring-gear.This kind of a problem could also be a sluggish solinoid or dirty starter motor inside not making proper contact.Also neutral/start switch and/or the transmission gear selector not properly engaged.Some times the gear-selector needs adjusting in order for the n/s switch to function: look at the P.R.N.D.L. gear-selector carefully and see if the letters are corresponding to the gear shift lever.Also play around with it from P.to N.and try cranking if it cranks sometimes and sometimes not then it may need adjusting first and then check N/S switch if condition does not change.A repair manual for your model can be purchased at Advance auto which will indicate where everything is.
Hi It is a possible Throttle Position Sensor weather it is fuel injected or carburettor.But a scan would confirm it.
If you could obtain a scan,a trouble code could be set in the computer that would point in the right direction; free scans are available at auto parts stores like Advance auto and Auto zone.The whining could be the pump.It may need an adjustment of the bands or it may have a worn part like a bearing or other .A dealership workshop or a reputable transmission shop would diagnose the problem.Usually automatics are not d.i.y. jobs other than changing the fluid.If you replaced the fluid your self check that it was the correct fluid for your make and model because it is very important.A B.G.FLUSH is it good thing for a transmission and it's available at the dealership for $100plus . I had a B.G.flush done on my van twice already and I recommend it .
Well: the circuit, the bulbs, the fuse, the relays,the switch itself.The sockets that the bulbs are in could be corroded: remove the lens to see if corrosion is present and if the bulb is dark,which means it is blown, and I would replace all the bulbs while I am at it because they tend to blow close together.the switch could be worn and loosing contact inside. The circuit wires could be short-circuiting somewhere .Use diaelectric grease to pre vent corrosion.