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Where is the C solenoid located in a 4R55E trans.96 ford explorer 4.o V-6

A code says the C solenoid is stuck off & it's malfunctioning where is it in the trans. & which one is it ? the light on the dash indicates the overdrive on, but it won't engage !

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SOURCE: 1998 ford expedition blinking overdrive light

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