Started having problems when the battery died while sitting. I thought the accessories had accidentally been left on. Charged the battery but still wouldn’t start. I changed the ignition switch and it has ran fine for around a month now. On the way home from work yesterday The car started shutting everything down, windows wouldn’t work, lost everything on the instrument cluster, no radio, and finally I was kicked out of gear and was no longer getting power to the wheels. I pulled over, parked, and shut the car off. Felt like an ignition switch issue again so my father-in-law brought a new one again and a mega fuse just in case. Replaced them and got it started again just to figure out the alternator had gone bad. Trailered it back home and replaced the alternator. It starts and runs fine but still won’t go into gear. The shift selector moves fine and the shifter cable is also fine. The car will not move in any gear it is placed in. Any ideas?
I have thought about just replacing the solenoids to see what happens but don’t want to keep throwing money at it aimlesslyLast month was happened to me, tb 05 not move (shifting gear working good)
Replace the transmission selenoid (2 pcs) and replace the oil as well.
I hope it will solve your problem
The cable has already been pulled for numerous reasons several times. I already had a broken HVAC controller. This however also did not change anything.DO NOT PULL THE BATTERY CABLE.
Pull the appropriate fuse instead ... u less you like needing to replace broken HVAC controllers.
Still have my fingers crossed on this. It was a sucker punch getting that gauge on and seeing no pressure.... being as you had an electrical problem ---- there's a remote possibility this pressure control solenoid may have failed because it was pulling current when the alternator was dead/dying and the battery finally got below threshold.
As the Volts go down, Amps go up and Amps destroy electrical thingy-s because they get really hot and die.
We're working this in an 'inexpensive as possible' policy. OK?