ant 🐜: Hi I have a 2002 toyota camry le I replaced shift solenoid e and tested the rest of solenoids but I believe it's the lock up solenoid it's making a different clicking noise then the other ones it has a brown connector on it not sure if I should replace
xjs2: hi nice video i have just one question i have aisin 30/42le transmission when going down hills around 40 mph and i press brake its like a brake is being applied in gearbox and jolts slightly would this be a valve body issue or gearbox apart from this it drives 100%
Lynx Star Automotive (Gabe V): You didn't verify crap besides confirm the coils inside the solenoids energize. What about pintle operation? Does it open fully? Or close completely? Are these always on (open), and then commanded off (closed) or vice versa. You need to also test them for leaks with compressed air. Basically you did nothing but energize the coils, but solenoids are more than just coil windings...
kurojin97: good...now how about testing a transmission solenoid for a newer model Toyota Corolla or Camry...I've got a problem with my '05 Corolla with the check engine light on, and the code is the one for the solenoid stuck on....thanks
nezerac: what did you use as a power source?
juan ramirez: The solenoid number 1 is for what?, it doesn't work in my Toyota.
SAM i AM: crap video
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