R5/V5A51 Solenoid Identification & Connector Pin Out
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Solenoid IdentificationThe two green wires go to the transmission oil temperature sensor. All solenoids should measure 2.7-3.4 Ohms at 68°F.
Connector Pin Out
|Pin ||Description |
|1 ||Transmission Oil Temp. Sensor, 5V Reference|
|2 ||Transmission Oil Temp. Sensor, Ground|
|3 ||Underdrive Solenoid Ground|
|4 ||Second Solenoid Ground |
|5 ||Overdrive Solenoid Ground|
|6 ||Low/Reverse Solenoid Ground|
|7 ||TCC Solenoid Ground|
|8 ||Reduction Solenoid Ground|
|9 ||Power (12V) to Overdrive, Underdrive and Second Solenoids|
|10 ||Power (12V) to TCC, Reduction and Low/Reverse Solenoids|
Power for the solenoid comes from a dedicated 20-amp fuse to the automatic control relay, then splits at splice S075 with power going to the PCM, and to the solenoids. The wire going to the solenoids splits again at splice S150, and goes to pins 9 and 10 at the C-03 connector to the transmission internal harness.
All solenoids should measure 2.7-3.4 Ohms at 68°F. To test the solenoids through the internal harness connector, check the resistance between the terminals as shown.
|Solenoid ||Pins||Resistance |
|Low/Reverse ||6 & 10 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
|Underdrive ||3 & 9 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
|Overdrive ||5 & 9 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
|Second ||4 & 9 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
|Reduction ||8 & 10 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
|TCC ||7 & 10 ||2.7-3.4 Ohms|
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