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I have the fault code po719 tcc brake switch low.how do i change it

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Its a problem with switches in side the transmission TCC IS THE TORQUE CONVERTOR soliond switch if that isn,t working right you will have shift ing problems and who nows what else Its not that bad but you need to take it to a transmission shop and let them service it before you need to replace the transmission 2 to 3 hundred dollars tops

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SOURCE: po719 what to due about a error code po719 tcc/bake switch b circuit single low/short

The TCC switch is mounted by the brake pedal under the dash. It touches the pedal arm with a plunger. There is also a brake light switch there. The brake light switch has two wires. Replace the other one.

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