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How do you replace a tcc solanoid on a 94 olds ceira?

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Remove axle and move the side cover on the transmission enough to replace the solenoid and secured the wires to the oil tube with plastic ties to reduce the likely hood of vibration breaking the wire at the **** connectors. Don't have to completely remove the cover or drop the sub-frame.

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