Question about 1996 Chevrolet Camaro
Your car has the 4l60e. Are you getting a code? The solenoid could be bad or there could be a wiring problem. I'd take a quick visual inspection of the harness where it enters the transmission. If that looks ok, drop the transmission pan and locate the 2-3 **** solenoid, it's on the rear of the valve body. Check the wiring inside the transmission. If that looks ok I'd go ahead and replace the solenoid. It's held in by one torx head bolt. Remove the bolt, pull out the solenoid and remove the wiring. New one just bolts right in. Those solenoids are pretty cheap from the dealer, should cost you about $20.,
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