Re: e4od, fipl, no signalJuly 2 2010 at 9:26 AM
|Jim K (no login)|
from IP address 184.108.40.206
Response to e4od, fipl, no signal
FIPL sensor sends info to the computer to tell it when to shift. Set it up as follows; disconnect wire from the high idle sensor, turn key on, engine off, check the voltage between the center wire and either wire on the plug on the FIPL sensor with the plug in place. On the sensor(use paper clips or such to push into the back of the wires on the plug and use them to put the meter leads onto). There are 3 wires on the plug. You are looking for 1.0 volts. If you do not have the proper reading loosen the 2 screws on the sensor and rotate the sensor to achieve the 1.0 volt setting. You won't have to move it much to see a change in voltage. If you can't get the correct voltage, check the sensor with ohm meter to see if shorted or open (replace as necessary). If sensor okay, check wiring harness to computer for opens or shorts. Disconnect the wiring harness connector to computer and check for any terminal corrosion (fix as needed). With ohm meter, make sure there is continuity between the FIPL sensor and the computer wiring harness connector and repair as needed. If that is okay, looks like you have a bad computer.