Subaru Forester AutomaticTransmission 1999 2000 (8) PDF

10. General Diagnostic Table
Symptom Problem parts
Starter does not rotate when select lever is in ?P? or ?N?;
starter rotates when select lever is in ?R?, ?D?, ?3? or ?2?.
1) Inhibitor switch
2) Select cable
3) Select lever
4) Starter motor and harness
Abnormal noise when select lever is in ?P? or ?N?.
1) Strainer
2) Transfer duty solenoid
3) Oil pump
4) Drive plate
5) ATF level too high or too low
Hissing noise occurs during standing start.
1) Strainer
2) ATF level too high or too low
Noise occurs while driving in ?D1?.
1) Final gear
2) Planetary gear
3) Reduction gear
4) Differential gear oil level too high or too low
Noise occurs while driving in ?D2?.
Noise occurs while driving in ?D3?.
1) Final gear
2) Low & reverse brake
3) Reduction gear
4) Differential gear oil level too high or too low
Noise occurs while driving in ?D4?.
1) Final gear
2) Low & reverse brake
3) Planetary gear
4) Reduction gear
5) Differential gear oil level too high or too low
Engine stalls while shifting from one range to another.
1) Control valve
2) Lock-up damper
3) Engine performance
4) Input shaft
Vehicle moves when select lever is in ?N?.
1) Control module
2) Low clutch
Shock occurs when select lever is moved from ?N? to ?D?.
1) Control module
2) Harness
3) Control valve
4) ATF deterioration
5) Dropping resistor
Excessive time lag occurs when select lever is moved from
?N? to ?D?.
1) Control valve
2) Low clutch
3) Line pressure duty solenoid
4) Seal ring
5) Front gasket transmission case
Shock occurs when select lever is moved from ?N? to ?R?.
1) Control module
2) Harness
3) Control valve
4) ATF deterioration
5) Dropping resistor
Excessive time lag occurs when select lever is moved from
?N? to ?R?.
1) Control valve
2) Low & reverse clutch
3) Reverse clutch
4) Line pressure duty solenoid
5) Seal ring
6) Front gasket transmission case
Vehicle does not start in any shift range (engine stalls).
1) Parking brake mechanism
2) Planetary gear
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10. General Diagnostic Table

Subaru Forester AutomaticTransmission 1999 2000 (8) Summary of Content

10. General Diagnostic TableSymptom Problem partsStarter does not rotate when select lever is in P or N;starter rotates when select lever is in R, D, 3 or 2.1) Inhibitor switch2) Select cable3) Select lever4) Starter motor and harnessAbnormal noise when select lever is in P or N.1) Strainer2) Transfer duty solenoid3) Oil pump4) Drive plate5) ATF level too high or too lowHissing noise occurs during standing start.1) Strainer2) ATF level too high or too lowNoise occurs while driving in D1.1) Final gear2) Planetary gear3) Reduction gear4) Differential gear oil level too high or too lowNoise occurs while driving in D2.Noise occurs while driving in D3.1) Final gear2) Low reverse brake3) Reduction gear4) Differential gear oil level too high or too lowNoise occurs while driving in D4.1) Final gear2) Low reverse brake3) Planetary gear4) Reduction gear5) Differential gear oil level too high or too lowEngine stalls while shifting from one range to another.1) Control valve2) Lock-up damper3) Engine performance4) Input shaftVehicle moves when select lever is in N.1) Control module2) Low clutchShock occurs when select lever is moved from N to D.1) Control module2) Harness3) Control valve4) ATF deterioration5) Dropping resistorExcessive time lag occurs when select lever is moved fromN to D.1) Control valve2) Low clutch3) Line pressure duty solenoid4) Seal ring5) Front gasket transmission caseShock occurs when select lever is moved from N to R.1) Control module2) Harness3) Control valve4) ATF deterioration5) Dropping resistorExcessive time lag occurs when select lever is moved fromN to R.1) Control valve2) Low reverse clutch3) Reverse clutch4) Line pressure duty solenoid5) Seal ring6) Front gasket transmission caseVehicle does not start in any shift range (engine stalls).1) Parking brake mechanism2) Planetary gear1263-2 [T1000] DIAGNOSTICS10. General Diagnostic Table