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1997 Sebring Shift Solenoid pack

Do you have any idea how to replace one?

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Yes you pull the transmission pan off, the solenoid pack is inside the pan attached to the valve body of the transmission, careful with the connectors they will be very brittle from heat, if you break one you are stuck.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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Emissionwiz is wrong the solenoid pack is on the side of the trans external and is pretty easy to replace, just remove the air box, take the 5/16 bolt out that holds the wiring in. Next there will be three 10mm bolts, pull them out and then you can pull the entire solenoid pack out.

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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.....

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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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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Your problem is most likely the Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Solenoid valve. Check Fuse and Related wiring, if all looks OK, remove transmission pan to get to the TCC Solenoid. The solenoid packs are known to leak. You will need to remove:
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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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