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Tourq converter switch is not working properly

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Replace with original part, check for proper fluid level on tranny, check for leaks or bbroken hoses.

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The torque converter Clutch solenoid is responsible to hold the pressure when you put your foot on the brakes and that's why automatic transmission don't let the car stall at a stop sign. So you might check the transmission oil for the proper level and hopefully you wont need to change the torque converter clutch Solenoid. Good luck

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