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Where is the tcc solenoid on a 1998 mazda mpv 2 wheel drive?

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    Rodrigo Dizon Dec 04, 2012

    sir, what is the part number of the tcc solenoid of mpv 1996 model?

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The TCC Solenoid is buried in the transmission, in the valve body. You need to take it to a transmission shop for a problem with the TCC Solenoid.

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