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TRANSMISSIONS TRANSMISSION LOST ALL FORWARD GEARS. I RECENTLY REPLACED THE ENGINE. THE TRUCK WAS RUNNING GREAT AND THEN SLOWLY THE FORWARD GEARS STARTED TO SLIP.I HAVE TALKED TO A FEW DIFFERENT PLACES AND TWO OUT OF 7 ARE DIRECTING ME LOOK AT THE ELECTRICIAL SOLENOIDS BEFORE REPLACING THE COMPLETE TRANNY.I DON'T KNOW WERE THE SOLENOIDS ARE LOCATED. PLEASE HELP.I AM BEING QUOTED 1500.00 TO 2000.00 FOR REPAIR. mcanelly62@yahoo.com Margie

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Most of the times you should be hable to see the solenoides by removing the bottom oil pan on the trans, some are harder to find but remove the oil pan and see if you have acces to the solenoids, the are hook up with electric wires

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