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for d i y a rule of thumb method if you suspect compessio/s ar low ? take the pressure reading of the highest and its cylinder then compare all other cyl/s readings if there is difference of around 15 psi on any cylinder/s (lower readings) then it could be valves on the cylinder head (exhaust valves) considering age/milage of vehicle? either way cyl head has to come off annd recommend you change/all ex valves and reseat others ?
Need to remove the valve body from the transaxle. The solenoid is mounted to the valve body. Follow the 2 wire connector that sticks up vertically out of the top of the trans - it is a round connector.