Last post on Jul 14, 2013 at 9:27 AM
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Isuzu Rodeo, Transmission, SUV
#3 of 5 Re: Transmission selector switch problems [sararodeo]
Aug 23, 2007 (11:30 am)
THE COST DEPENDS ON WERE YOU LIVE.A QUICK FIX IS TO MOVE THE GEAR SELECTOR FROM PARK TO LOW VERY FAST SEVERAL TIMES
THIS CLEANS THE CONTACTS.THEN RESTART THE CAR.
#4 of 5 Re: Transmission selector switch problems [isuzutroll]
Aug 24, 2007 (12:21 pm)
Yep... I had to do that on the way to work this morning in the '00 Trooper. The indicator light in the dash was bouncing all over the place when I shifted back and forth. I pulled into a parking lot and cycled it several times and then restarted. It worked normally after that. I may try to remember to cycle through the gears on a regular basis to try and keep the contacts 'clean' and avoid the slamming gears.
#5 of 5 Transmission Problems
Jul 14, 2013 (9:27 am)
I am getting a problem with the gear indication near the dash and the actual gear that the car is in are not synch. I just recently replaced my neutral safety switch. I do not see how a new NS switch would be faulty and cause these problems.
At first my car would not start in "P", but would fire up in "N." I was told that this could be due to a faulty NS switch. After replacing the NS switch the car started acting funny.
It will only mark "P" at the dash when the car is in "P", "R", or "N." It will only mark "2" when in "D", "3", "2", or "L." When driving the car hits high RPMs, because it thinks its in "2."
Although, it seems as if, once the car warms up or the NS switch gets hot if finds the right gear, and will then indicate that it is in "D." Any Ideas what this can be? Is their a sensor that needs replacing, to synch the two?
'00 Isuzu Rodeo LS V6 3.2L 4WD 197,XXX miles