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Need to replace tcc silonoid on a 95 beretta 3.1 v6 where is it located?

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The tcc solenoid is located in the tras! when u open the hood on the drivers side ! look at the trans it will be the plug thats on the bell housing ! the plug could be white or blue! the trans must be removed to replace!

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