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How to find shift solenoid a electrical

Trying find out shift solenoid electrical is the same as the solenoid in transmission

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The shift solenoids are both under the driver's side transmission cover. You have to pull the wheel, rotor, caliper, strut...There is a 1/2 solenoid and a 3/4 solenoid.

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