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look under the air filter box. remove the air filter box exposing the top area to the transmission. on top of the transmission, you will see the transmission solenoid. box-like with three bolts. unplug harness's. get your drip pan, remove bolts,remove gasket, (razor blade needed) clean thoroughly around transmission (engine cleaner) before replacing with the new solenoid. reverse to reinstall. good luck
The slip is likely always there you just feel it the most in top gear because that is when the most stress is on the clutch pack inside the transmission. You will need to have the transmission overhauled in most cases to correct this.
First I would have the linkage checked going to the shifter and the transmission to see if anything has come loose. If the transmission was slipping or acting funny prior to this I would take it to a transmission shop for an evaluation.