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Replace TCC solenoid, 1999 Buick 3800 Ultra - 1999 Buick Park Avenue

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SOURCE: tcc solenoid code

This is a transmission issue, TCC is Torque Converter Control, the solenoid is inside the trans, unless you are a well versed technician I would leave this to the transmission experts, you might try premium assistance for someone that can provide more detailed step by step repair procedures if you are determined to do the repair yourself.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 buick regal codep0305

Cylinder number 5 is misfiring. Check spark plug, spark plug wire and ignition coil for the number 5 cylinder. The number 5 cylinder is the closest to the front of the car on the drivers side. With engine running in dark (at night) take a spray bottle of water and lightly mist spark plug wires and coil and look for arcing. Autozone will test coil for free.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 buick park ave ultra 3800 supercharged.Car

a very common issue on these is the crankshaft position sensor, it is sensitive to heat when it goes bad, had the issue on my own Buick.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 buick park avenue ultra motor mount and

  1. Remove the engine mount to engine mount bracket nuts. Important: Ensure that the wood block extends past the width of the oil pan in order to avoid damage.
  2. Use a jack with a block of wood on the jack under the oil pan in order to support the engine.
  3. Remove the engine mount bracket front upper and lower nuts.
  4. Remove the engine mount bracket front upper and lower studs and spacer.
  5. Lower the engine as necessary and rotate the tensioner to remove the drive belt.Remove the supercharger belt.
  6. Reverse For INSTALATION

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SOURCE: tcc solenoid plug located 93 buick century

tcc solenoid located in the transmission.Requires removing a side pan to get at it, if solenoid is replaceable.

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Where is the torque converter sensor located on the transmission?


Eric, The TTC Torque Converter Solenoid is located behind the side cover which has to be removed to access. I will post links for you.
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Repairing a converter clutch solonoid circuit stuck on


The TCC solenoid is inside the transmission.. It is controlled by the computer .. which takes singles from the heat sensor, the speed sensor, the brake sensor. Its job is to increase fuel mileage by reducing slipping in the converter.. You need to check the wiring plug at the trans and see if it has a single from the computer keeping the TCC engaged... OR is it a mechanical problem with the solenoid.. Then you can trace which circuit is causing this OR if the solenoid is defective.. Hope for the solenoid.Post a comment and let us know what you find..

Jun 01, 2014 | 1999 Buick Park Avenue

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WHERE IS TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH SOLENOID LOCATED AT ON BUICK LESABLE CODE PO742


THE TCC SOLENOID LOCATED ON THE VALVE BODY. IF YOU HAVE RWD TCC SOLENOID BOTTOM PAN VALVE BODY IF YOU HAVE FWD VECHICLE TCC SOLENOID IN THE SIDE PAN VALVE BODY. RWD IS REAR WHEEL DRIVE AND FWD IS FRONT WHEEL DRIVE.

Aug 15, 2011 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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Code po742 comes up on my 1999 silohoutte saying slip detected, or tcc solenoid failure , or blocked trans. range switch. the car kind of bucks while it shifts when this pops up.. it is intermediate... ...


That's a code for Torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid-stuck on.......it's either the wiring to the solenoid or the TCC solenoid (replace it)

Good luck, i hope this will FixYa.

Jun 28, 2011 | 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Tcc solenoid plug located 93 buick century


tcc solenoid located in the transmission.Requires removing a side pan to get at it, if solenoid is replaceable.

Jul 11, 2010 | 1993 Buick Century

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94 buick park ave runs great but with a light load it shakes, accelerates good and in park or neutral is smooth changed plugs and wires


Several possibilities having to do with the torque converter clutch and TCC solenoid:

1. Replace transmission fluid, use a synthetic Dex VI, do a complete flush with pan removal and filter replacement

2. Check all grounds related to the transmission control solenoids, clean them and ensure good electrical contact.

3. Rebuild transmission, the TCC friction material is worn out.

Sep 27, 2009 | 1994 Buick Park Avenue

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I have a 91 Buick Park Ave that I put a 4t60e trans in and now it stalls when put into drive Feels like tcc is locking up


it could many things.it could be torque converter internal damage -converter solenoid grounded or converter clutch valve stuck- oil pressure too low-restriction in oil passage.scan it.to check see if TCC SOLENOID.FIRST BEFORE REMOVING TRANNY TO REPLACE OTHER PARTS.

Jul 13, 2009 | 1997 Buick LeSabre

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2004 buick regal code P1887 (TCC switch) Where is the TCC switch


Code P1887, as you probably by now know, is set when there is an issue with the torque converter clutch engagement and disengagement. When this code is set, it inhibits TCC operation, could cause issues with the shift adaptive strategies and possibly issues with 4th gear (Overdrive) operation.

The unfortunate news is that you have the 4T65E transmission in this vehicle and the TCC switch/solenoid is part of the valve body and the valve body is on the side of the transmission (drivers side) and would require at least the lowering of the sub frame to get enough clearance to remove the side cover and to get to the valve body. It is really an involved repair and would not be for the faint of heart nor those with little to no mechanical experience.

I dont know where you are located, but if you are anywhere near Indiana I would visit www.grandprixforums.net and sign up there and post up your issue there. Its an online community for Grand Prix's and other vehicles that use the GM 3800 engine. There is a gentleman on there that goes by the screen name of Trannyman95 and he makes his living rebuilding 4T65E's among others and is highly regarded as a top notch transmission builder.

Jan 02, 2009 | 2004 Buick LeSabre

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1999 Buick Regal hesitation while driving


most likely it is not actually a misfire it is the overdrive/TCC solenoid kicking on and off, it is a common GM transmission issue

Nov 10, 2008 | 1999 Buick Regal

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