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Where is the shift solenoid on a 1999 gmc jimmy

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The shift solenoids are inside the tranny, just pull the pan and the filter and you will have a 20 lb piece of metal with a million slots cut in it called the valve body, in it contains, 2 shift solenoids and one lock up thing and one other electric thing, I would have to peek in the book for that one. But you can access this easy enough, your tranny will drip for days while you work on it, and the solenoid might not fix the problem. But a filter and partial oil change will help. Check it out, hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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