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I can't find where the transmission modulator is located

I need to replace the modulator on my transmission but i can find where it is located

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We can't guess if you give us no vehicle,no transmission

Google it & look at a pic

If you can not find it-- then you obviously never tested it,
so why change it?

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

  • jermaine mcgee Dec 10, 2012

    i have a THC350 3spd 84pontiac parisienne. my car is not shifting out of first gear

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2012

    Driver side of case near tailhousing, Always tell by the vacuum hose on it



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