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I need to know where the shift solenoid is located on 1999 Ford 150.

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SHIFT SOLENOID INSIDE TRANSMISSION ON THE VALVE BODY.YOU NEED A REPAIR MANUAL WITH SAME TRANSMISSION IN VECHICLE TO LOCATE SHIFT SOLENOID SINCE YOU HAVE OTHER SHIFT SOLENOIDS.

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