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Solenoid a electrical

First of driving along one day n truck wouldnt changed gear,she kicked in but didnt kick out.brought to garage and check engine light on and showed up solenoid a electrical. replaced solenoid but at garage they found pieces of snap rings in base pan.so i replaced replaced transmission n the check engine light still on showing solenoid a electrical. changed solenoid and still showing up solenoid a electrical n transmission is gone again. found pieces of snap rings in base pan of another transmission. this is 2 transmissions in the truck and both went same way.what is the cause of this ?

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    Adam Hickey Nov 08, 2012

    not sure what ****** is in her. but what does the NSBU switch do ?

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This only applies if you have an allison transmission, which based on the problem you are reporting I would guess that you do.

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Most transmission solenoids are located within the pan. If you replace the solenoids then it would be a good idea to change out the wiring harness that runs from the main transmission plug to the solenoids. Just lower the pan and drain it. Then, remove the one or two bolts that hold the solenoids in place. Replace the solenoids, wires, transmission filter and fluid at the same time (since you're already there). Make sure that you use a new pan gasket when you put the pan back on or it will leak fluid. Good Luck!

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