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Need to change transmission control solenoid how to chrysler new yorker 1988 3.0 fwd

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Most control solenoids are in the pan, where the filter is located, there is a big hunk of steel with a bunch of little channels in it, the valve body, it holds the shift solenoids and a couple other things that are replaceable from the outside without pulling the transmission. So when you dump the pan, have a new filter ready to go in. Your problem may not be in the solenoid, It could be a ground, low on fluid, a bunch of things. Now, if you are talking a bout the transmission control module, it is a different story. Usually found on the wall next to the driver's feet, It is the computer for the tranny and it might not be the problem again. If you could get one from a junk yard or borrow one from an identical car just to try it, it would save you money. Check it out.

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