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#1: Where is the location of the solenoid 1 and 2 on the 92 Camry?

Posted on 2008-03-18 17:37:20 by Tim Louven

My 92, 4 cylinder Camry is stuck on 4th gear. Acceleration is poor. The OD
light isn't working but the OD bulb fuse is fine. The OD button is fine. The
shifter D light isn't working. And when I step on the brakes then select any
gear the brake light failure light goes on. I change two out of four bulbs but the
problem remains.

I check the 2-pin connector of solenoid 1 and 2 to ground (located just right
below the car battery tray) and find no resistance. It's strange to find two dead
solenoids and a failing OD and D bulb all at the same time. I like to be sure if
I'd have the correct shift solenoid valve before I remove the oil pan. Can
anyone guess the location of the connector terminal for the solenoid 1 and 2
on the 92 Camry?

Thanks.

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#2: Re: Where is the location of the solenoid 1 and 2 on the 92 Camry?

Posted on 2008-03-18 22:51:43 by John Smith

Tim Louven wrote:
> My 92, 4 cylinder Camry is stuck on 4th gear. Acceleration is poor. The OD
> light isn't working but the OD bulb fuse is fine. The OD button is fine. The
> shifter D light isn't working. And when I step on the brakes then select any
> gear the brake light failure light goes on. I change two out of four bulbs but the
> problem remains.
>
> I check the 2-pin connector of solenoid 1 and 2 to ground (located just right
> below the car battery tray) and find no resistance. It's strange to find two dead
> solenoids and a failing OD and D bulb all at the same time. I like to be sure if
> I'd have the correct shift solenoid valve before I remove the oil pan. Can
> anyone guess the location of the connector terminal for the solenoid 1 and 2
> on the 92 Camry?
>
> Thanks.
>
>
>
>
>
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