Transmission Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Ok, that is an indication of a faulty transmission position switch, usually located on the outside of the transmission, but may be inside the transmission. It just depends on the year, make and model which you have not listed. If you can list those, I can tell you its location and how to replace it
It is located at top of transmission(see attachment)
1. Disconnect battery ground cable.2. Place manual control lever in NEUTRAL position.3. Remove engine air cleaner and air cleaner outlet tube.4. Disconnect transmission range sensor electrical connector.5. Remove manual control lever from transaxle.6. Remove transmission range sensor attaching bolts, then the sensor.7. Reverse procedure to install, noting the following:a. Ensure manual control lever is in the NEUTRAL position.b. Install transmission range sensor, then the attaching bolts loosely.c. Align position sensor using manual lever position sensor alignment tool T92P-70010-AH, or equivalent.d. Torque sensor attaching bolts to 7-9 ft lb.e. Torque manual lever attaching bolts to 8-11 ft lb.
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