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When I removed the three long bolts that are holding on my shift solenoid, it seems to still be stuck and I can't remove it. I think there are three metal locking extensions at the bottom of the shift solenoid. Can you please explain a safe and easy way to remove the shift solenoid once I took the three bolts out?

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2005 lincoln ls transmission is shifting hard from 1st to 2nd gear


You replace the Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid Pack

There are 3 pressure control solenoids & 4 shift solenoids in one
plastic part ,made by Bosch

You remove the trans pan,the gasket is reuseable silicone
You remove the filter
You remove approx 7 -- T30 bolts, holding the solenoid pack
& one 10mm electrical connector bolt

HPN-9L2Z7G391A $515.30 / $ 332.20 cost -- for part

Aug 02, 2011 | 2005 Lincoln LS

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What causes my car to **** when I shift from park to drive? other than that shifting is ok


Pressure Control Solenoid Pack -- in trans
$515.30 list / $332.00 your cost ,at trans wholeseller

Remove pan on bottom---gasket reuseable
Remove filter
Remove (1) 10mm bolt holding wire harness to shift module
Remove (7) T30 torx screws holding sol pack

Jul 18, 2011 | 2002 Lincoln LS

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HOW DO I REPLACE A SHIFT SILENOID IN A 1998 CHEVY VAN 1500


This is on a 4L60-E--Automatic Transmission

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This is on a 4L80-E--Automatic Transmission


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I will like to know where the pcc solenoid is located on 2002 lincoln ls 3.0


There are 7 solenoids in one solenoid pack

The PCC is on of three pressure control ones
The other four are shift solenoids

You remove the trans pan,filter,7 torx screws
and one harness bolt, to remove the assy

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Mar 01, 2011 | 2002 Lincoln LS

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How do I locate the transmission shift soleniod. I this a promlem I can fix? Can I get to it without dropping the transmission. Ihave access to an auto shop, or should I take it to a transmission shop?


Its located inside the trans and need to open the drain plug on the transmission oil pan with a socket and drain the oil into a drain pan, then need to remove the bolts that secure the transmission oil pan to the transmission.

Now could you to remove the bolt that holds the transmission dipstick bracket to the bell housing with a socket. You can locate the bolt from the engine compartment. Place a scraper between the transmission pan and the bottom of the transmission and break the seal loose so you can remove the pan.

Remove the defective solenoid by removing the bolt that secures the solenoid to the harness. Three solenoids control the shifting on the Jeep. All have white and yellow wiring harnesses connected to them. The solenoid to the left (towards the Cherokee's engine) controls shifting "overdrive." The solenoid in the middle controls shifts between second and third gear. The third solenoid, closest to the rear of the Cherokee, controls shifts between first and second and between third and fourth. If you know which gear your transmission is stuck in, replace the solenoid that corresponds with that gear. If you are not sure, remove all three. Additionald etalis can find in this link: Jeep Secc-21S-Automatic-Transmission-42RE

Why you askw about this? Has some symthom or fault code there?

Feb 10, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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P0751 ford escort zx2 2001


Shift solenoid A performance or stuck off.

Have you lost a gear or gotten stuck in a gear? The shift solenoids are inside the valve body. You'll have to remove the transmission pan and take the filter out. Inside you'll see several bolts and a flat pan. Remove the bolts and please remember their locations as they are not all the same. It may be helpful to draw a patter onto a box and put the bolts in the same pattern. Once you have the valve body out you can see all of the solenoids, they have electrical connectors. Test the terminals between each one for its' resistance and let me know what it is and I'll let you know which one is bad. The fun part is finding one.

Nov 22, 2010 | 2001 Ford Escort ZX2

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Starter diagram for a 1994 dodge intrepid


3.3L Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable. Raise and safely support the front of the vehicle on jackstands. Fig. 1: Disconnect the negative battery cable 88172g31.gif

  2. Remove the three bolts attaching the starter to the engine/transaxle. Fig. 2: Remove the three starter mounting bolts 88172g32.gif
    CAUTION
    Be careful when removing the starter motor mounting bolts, the motor can be quite heavy. Personal injury could result if the starter motor falls from its mounting position.
  3. Remove the starter from the the transmission housing. Position the starter to gain access to the wiring connectors.
  4. Remove the battery positive cable nut from the starter and remove the cable. Fig. 3: Remove the battery positive cable nut from the starter and remove the cable 88172g33.gif

  5. Disconnect the push on solenoid connector.
  6. Remove the starter from the vehicle. To install:
  7. Clean all wire terminals of dirt, grease or corrosion.
  8. Attach the electrical wire connectors and secure with the mounting nuts. Tighten the starter solenoid B+ nut to 90 inch lbs. (10 Nm) and the solenoid wire-to-starter nut to 55 inch lbs. (6 Nm).
  9. Hold the starter motor in place, then secure in place with the 3 attaching bolts. Tighten the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  10. Lower the vehicle.
  11. Connect the negative (-) battery cable.
3.5L Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and support the vehicle.
  3. For easier servicing, do not remove the wiring from the starter motor at this time.
  4. Remove the three bolts attaching the starter to the engine. Fig. 4: Remove the three bolts attaching the starter to the engine 88172g34.gif

  5. Remove the starter solenoid assembly from the transfer housing. Position the starter to gain access to the wiring connectors.
  6. Remove the battery positive cable nut from starter and remove the cable.
  7. Disconnect the push on solenoid connector.
  8. Remove the starter from the vehicle. To install:
  9. Clean all wire terminals of dirt, grease or corrosion.
  10. Attach the electrical wire connectors and secure with the mounting nuts. Tighten the starter solenoid B+ nut to 90 inch lbs. (10 Nm) and the solenoid wire-to-starter nut to 55 inch lbs. (6 Nm).
  11. Hold the starter motor in place, then secure in place with the 3 attaching bolts. Tighten the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  12. Lower the vehicle.
  13. Connect the negative battery cable.
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I have a 96 mercury mark 5, when i press the brake it wont shift out of park. It was intermedeit now its just locked.


This is the procedure for a 93 Marquis, should be similar, hope it helps.
Brake Shift Interlock Solenoid

Removal
1. Disconnect battery ground cable and air bag backup power supply.

2. Remove lower RH and LH mouldings from instrument panel by pulling up and snapping out of retainer.

3. Remove five retaining screws from instrument panel lower cover and remove cover.

4. Remove instrument panel reinforcement.

5. Disconnect transmission range selector cable from actuator housing by removing one screw.

6. Remove four column attaching nuts and lower column assembly.

7. Remove electrical harness from brake shift interlock (BSI) solenoid assembly.

8. Remove three screws attaching BSI solenoid and insert plate to column assembly and remove solenoid and insert plate. Separate solenoid from insert plate by removing tinnerman clip.

Installation
1. Position BSI solenoid and insert plate in place and attach to column assembly with three screws as shown.

2. Connect electrical harness to BSI solenoid.

3. Attach column assembly to half car beam with four nuts.

4. Connect transmission range selector cable to column assembly with one screw.

5. Attach instrument panel reinforcement brace with three bolts.

6. Attach instrument panel lower trim cover with five bolts.

7. Install RH and LH mouldings on instrument panel.

8. Connect air bag backup power supply and battery ground cable.

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1997 Sebring Shift Solenoid pack


Yes you pull the transmission pan off, the solenoid pack is inside the pan attached to the valve body of the transmission, careful with the connectors they will be very brittle from heat, if you break one you are stuck.

Nov 18, 2008 | 1997 Chrysler Sebring

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