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In the solenoid pack. Look down between the radiator and transmission. The solenoid pack is right there. Big electrical plug going to it. Clean it and around it well before replacing it. You get dirt in the holes after you remove it. You may have to pull the valve body and clean it.
advisable ,then you clean the pick up filter and clean the sump pan out ,if it runs and changes gear then leave well alone the gear box oil will not lose its viscosity its only a hydraulic oil and has no combustion like the engine so it doesnt get dirty unless the front clutchs start wearing through boy racer burn outs
Buy throttle body cleaner at your local parts store. Take the big intake hose off that is connected to the throttle body and air filter housing. Open up the butterfly (like you're controling the throttle at the engine). Spray this cleaner inside the throttle body, around the butterfly, where it motions back and forward on the pin. You will see a lot of carbon build up run out. Do this 2-3 times. It doesn't take a lot to clean it, just a couple of quick sprays. Wipe it clean with a clean cloth or rag. Put it all back together. It will seem hard to start for a few turn overs, but this is from the cleaner and it will dry out quick. What happens is, over time this carbon builds up where the butterfly closes and it gets (stuck) on this build up, which causes you to push harder on the gas pedal or it will not close completely. They charge will charge you like $250+ to do this and usually it's just build -up. Try it and let us know how it works for you. The cleaner $5
the ventilation system of this vehicle has a drain. This may have been plugged from debris that lays in the cowl. I would suggest on your next oil change to have the mechanic clean the drain hose underneath the car.