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How do i replace a tcc solenid in a 95 beretta 3.1 v-6

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Its just a sensor plug on the tranny, the solenoid reads the speed of the transmission (car) and sends the signal to the computer which identifies that the car has reached proper crusing speed and is not under heavey load (full throttle) it then "locK" the torque converter to not allow any slippage like a standard automatic torque converter, basically making the torque converter act like a clutch,,, thus the name TCC torque converter clutch. So to help you out just unlug the sensor/solenoid and it will stop locking up your converter. Problem solved! MOney saved 2 to 3 hundred bucks!

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