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What is the servo pak for the transmission? My dealer said the solenoid pack is leaking. They also suggested induction service, what is that?

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This is a common problem with the pacifica, the servo or solenoid pack as some call it is the brains that make the transmission work, there is a bunch of o-rings that seal the servo pack to the transmission case that start leaking as the transmission gets some age on it sometimes you can just remove the servo pack and replace the o-rings but a lot of the time the top of the solenoids start to leak and when this happens you have to replace the complete pack, the service is just something that should be done periodically it is recommended every 60,000 to 80,000 miles.

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