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I need to find out where the shift solenoid is located on the transmission for a 2000 Dodge Caravan.

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I've been having this problem with this car for a while.This is the third time which I needed to change the damn solenoid in 3 years.You need to take the whole air filter off,you have in the front two screws,and two more just to loose the clamps.You need to pull the whole thing out,once you take it out,you should be able to see it under two black hoses,it has 3 screws into it,it's very easy to take off and replace,about 2 hours total.No more domestic cars for me for as long as I live!Good luck!

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It's on the inside of the transmission

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