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Where is the torque converter switch located on a 2001 pontiac aztek?

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Inside the side cover of the trans. The subframe has to be lowered and so does the transmission.

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this generally what the part would look like models very but the parts are still the same

heres a link with cut half of trans all trans work the same just different brands

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