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Removing the valve body on a transmission on a 1998 plymouth neon

I have a 1998 plymouth neon with a 3 speed automatic transmission, I am having trouble removing the valve body on the transmission to replace the clutch solenoid. I have removed the seven bolts holding the valve body on and disconnected the parking brake rod, but the the valve body only comes loose a little bit like something else is holding it back. I also pushed the solenoid down as far as I could but the valve body still will not come loose. Any suggestions

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