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2003chevy impala my trans clutch solanoid is not working how con it be repaired at home

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This solenoid is underneath the vertical cover on the driver's side of the transmission. Since there are multiple solenoids under this cover, I suggest that you purchase the replacement solenoid prior to starting the job. That way, you will be able to identify the TCC solenoid from the others.
Once the side cover is off the transmission, remove the electrical harness from the solenoid. The solenoid is secured with a "bobby pin" style clip. Remove the clip and pull the solenoid straight out.
Charlie
PS I would suggest that you also purchase a transmission filter kit (filter and pan gasket). Drop the oil pan on the transmission, replace the oil filter which resides above the oil pan, clean the oil pan & it's magnet and reassemble.

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