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1997 Sebring Shift Solenoid pack

How do i replace it?

its gone back and my matinence book is useless.... :(

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Remove the transmission pan. What does your book say??

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Thats the problem....it doesnt. the manual i have is a haynes....all it says about the tranny is that mechanical issues are outside the scope of support of the manual. its absolutly useless.....

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Is the check engine light on? I suspect it is.

Have you checked for transmission codes? if so what are they?

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