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The torque converter Clutch solenoid is responsible to hold the pressure when you put your foot on the brakes and that's why automatic transmission don't let the car stall at a stop sign. So you might check the transmission oil for the proper level and hopefully you wont need to change the torque converter clutch Solenoid. Good luck
okay I dont think that one has anything to do with the other. I had this same prblem with my truck. The oil always had to be just past the full markor I got the oil light coming on. as far as the other prob youll need to start with fuel delevery and fire. check you timing, airfilter, spark plugs, pug wires basic troble shooting. then work your way up to the tpi, mass airflow sensors...ect if they apply good luck MrRodneyLong@Gmail.com