Question about Plymouth Grand Voyager
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1, Disconnect the negative side of the Battery.
2. There is an bolt/screw holding down the electrical connection. Remove this bolt. I believe it is 8mm.
3. Pull the electrical connection cluster up and out.
4. You should see (from the top) bolts holding the electrical module = Transmission Solenoid to the Transmission. Remove these bolts. I believe they are 10mm.
5. Lift the Solenoid up straight. There should be a gasket. This gasket may be leaking and should be replaced.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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