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Geo metro transmission

Took valve body out and only found four balls or check valves ,, two seats look good and one so so and one not so good ,,,, where do i get replace ment balls and are they bigger? also need the gasket that goes between the valve body halves. thanks for ur response,,, terry

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Main dealer is your best bet but get all the details of what model it is and chassi number as the parts vary from different models replace all gaskets and all valves not just one or two or you will be doing it again shortly change the oil these parts do wear but cheap oil is the biggest problem yates210456

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How to replace a TCC solenoid on a 2001 dodge ram

The solenoid is inside the transmission.
Just because you have a P1740 that doesn't mean the TCC is assertive, have you done the testing with alive data scanner?

The factory doesn't serive the TCC solenoid seperatly, you need to buy the entire valve body, you may be able to buy it in the aftermarket not sure, talk to a local transmission rrepair shop, they may no this.
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The valve body can be removed for service without having to remove the transmission assembly.

The valve body can be disassembled for cleaning and inspection of the individual components.

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Manual lever.
Manual lever washer, seal, E-clip, and shaft seal.
Manual lever detent ball.
Throttle lever.
Fluid filter.
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Governor pressure solenoid.
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Converter clutch/overdrive solenoid assembly and harness .
Governor housing gasket.
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Remove transmission oil pan and gasket.
Remove fluid filter from valve body.
Remove bolts attaching valve body to transmission case.
Lower valve body enough to remove accumulator piston and springs.
Work manual lever shaft and electrical connector out of transmission case.
Lower valve body, rotate valve body away from case, pull park rod out of sprag, and remove valve body.
Check condition of O-ring seals on valve body harness connector . Replace seals on connector body if cut or worn.
Check condition of manual lever shaft seal in transmission case. Replace seal if lip is cut or worn. Install new seal with 15/16 deep well socket (Manual Lever Shaft Seal).
Check condition of seals on accumulator piston (Accumulator Piston Components). Install new piston seals, if necessary.
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Lubricate shaft of manual lever with petroleum jelly. This will ease inserting shaft through seal in case.
Lubricate seal rings on valve body harness connector with petroleum jelly.
Position valve body in case and work end of park lock rod into and through pawl sprag. Turn propeller shaft to align sprag and park lock teeth if necessary. The rod will click as it enters pawl. Move rod to check engagement.
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Then seat valve body in case and install one or two bolts to hold valve body in place.
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