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How to replace transmission control solenoid for 98 mustang gt

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SOURCE: It is a 2001 Mustang GT 4.6 litre Manual

ECT is located to the right(passenger side) of the alternator in the intake manifold.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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The trans is a 4T65E. All the solenoids are inside the side cover. You have to pull the axel and drop the trans on the driver side down to get it off. The pressure control solenoid is the biggest one inside and is round like a drum.

Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 98 mustang GT transmission locked in reverse

my 98 is at the ford dealership right now for same problem except mine was stuck in reverse >>> ford just told me my bushing on my drive linkage broke and needs replaced . . . .they told me thats what caused my car to shut off while driving and also wont allow my starter to turn over to turn on the vehicle . . . told me to go get a linkage bushing from a junkyard or order a whole new linkage system of my mustang which with installation only ran me 150 bucks !!! hope this helps in some way

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If you are talking about the axle hub nuts,then you may have to use an air impact socket driver and impact sockets.These nuts can be torqued to over 140 FT LBS. Let me know if you need more help.MOE

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Tighten and clean all connections.

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I am having the same issues with my 98 Accord. The transmission in the car slipped and bucked for a long time, but now it is stuck in limp mode. Most opinions are that the car needs a transmission, but that is horrendously expensive for a 98, so I have been trying other remedies first.

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4. Vacuum line disconnected from MAP sensor.
5. Map sensor
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