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I need to chance a control solenoid

I need to know where the lolenoid is located and how to change it.

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Before you start looking at replacing solenoids, here is something that you need to know:

Toyota has a technical service bulletin regarding this issue.

Changing the solenoids will NOT rectify your situation. Replacing the ECU in the car is what you need to do. The logic/programming is the problem, not the solenoids.

The good news is this: The ECU is covered, under the factory warranty! It will be replaced for free, if your car has less than 80,000 miles on it.

If you have more miles than 80K, call the Toyota Customer Experience Center at 800-331-4331; an analyst may be able to help offset your costs; they do this quite frequently.

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