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Unless you haul heavy loads or live in mountainous country 69,000 KM is to soon, if you do not meet the severe duty category I outlined above change the transmission fluid at 95,000 KM or 60,000 miles. If you meet the severe duty criteria then change the fluid and filter every 50,000 KM or 30,000 miles
You can change that solenoid pack in about 30 minutes. But I would reset the adaptive memory of the TCM first before you replace the solenoid pack. Are you getting it to go into limp mode or is it setting codes in the TCM? Can you describe the noise?
Things haven't changed much...look on top of the transmission in the engine compartment and look at the shifting linkage. Look for anything that could be interfering with the shifting. One linkage is the cable to the Shift Lever and Rod that goes down into the transmission. Remove the cable adjustment screw.
Move the shift lever rod towards the front of the Van into the Park Indent Position. Place the Driver's Position (Dash) Shift Lever into Park and then reconnect the Cable to the Shift Lever and tighten down the cable adjustment screw to 70 in-lbs.
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