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Old 09-20-09, 09:39 AM   #16
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On my diagram C1 is left, c3middle, and B3 right, but unfortunately I cant tell on the drawing the view....
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I can't find your diagram on this tread, only Cam69SS'. Can't find any diagram related to the valvebody under "Thomas1" either. Do you have a link? Thanks.
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No, I am sorry it is from an ALL Data sheet that I printed when I had my tranny problems.
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Here is the diagram of the springs from my '01 ES300 service manual and their location with colors. Hope this helps...I think the transmissions are the same...
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Part number 35230 is your Shift Solenoid D. I have the book for rebuilding this transmission. You can also go to Youtube and type in lexus RX300 transmission rebuild and you will see about 14 videos.
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Old 07-11-14, 09:40 AM   #21
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Hi members,

I had the same P0768 code flash.

Can anyone help me find a picture or location of S4 terminal at ECM mentioned above?
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Still not ringing a bell...

What that code is: P0768 Shift Solenoid D Electrical Malfunction (Shift Solenoid Valve S4).
Just want to thank you in advance for any help / advise you can recommend re: P0768 shift solenoid D electrical. We have 1999 FWD RX300 with 192K. I'm not sure if there are any relations to CEL above, but prior to getting code. The driver side under dash was making a irratic ticking/clicking sound like electrical relay. Now when I put it gear it feels like lunge and not the normal smooth feel. I haven't really driven the car out of garage yet for fear getting stuck.
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