2001 Saturn SL1 Repair Question
Saturn SL1 Fuse Problem
sorry for the long delay i just got the pressure tester where did i hook it up too? to give you the pressure that it putting out
You unscrew the transmission temp sensor and hook up the pressure tester there.Then get the engine up to operating temp read the pressure at idle in park?Then idling in park pull the line pressure fuse what is the pressure now?Then put the line pressure fuse back in and restart the engine.Then at idle put the transmission in reverse while watching the transmission pressure does it go up fast or delayed?Also what is the pressure reading at idle in reverse?Now put it in drive what is the pressure reading?Also what kind of scan tool do you have?
okay i hooked it up and it is about 75 to 80 psi put it into reverse it jumps up to 225 then drops to 75 then right back to 225 put into natural i hear a hard clicking noise and it is at 95 when i put it into drive i get 110 then when i shut the car off it jumps from 75 to 200 then back down to 0 the scaner i have is a genisys evo okay the vin i gave you was off the block not the trans sorry the other one that i found is 8tz176912
oh also i am at a lose on the line pressure fuse i could not find it anywhere on the web so i was not able to do that part of it
The line pressure fuse is right in the under hood fuse box labeled LP if memory serves correct.Get me back the pressure at idle in park with the fuse in and with the fuse out.So far sounds like the pressure regulator in the valve body is bad.
okay i found it trans lp pull fuse it jumped to 230 with it in it is at 75
I also need the 8th digit of the vin number on the transmission?
The 8th digit would be two numbers back from the TZ?
I dont undrstand this part you told me when i put it into drive i get 110 then when i shut the car off it jumps from 75 to 200 then back down to 0?What gear position is the car in when this happens?I have never seen the pressure shoot up to 225 then back down to 75 then back up to 225 when put into reverse.
Also with your scan tool can you buzz the transmission actuators?