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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transmission Control Module
Before condemning the transmission, I
would check the shift cable for proper operation. Look at the side of
the transmission where the shift cable attaches. Have someone shift the
transmission from PARK to FIRST. The engine should not be running. If
the operating lever on the transmission moves, then you probably do
have an internal transmission problem.
If the operating lever does not move, you have a broken shift cable or it has popped of it's attachments at the operating lever or gear shift handle.
A bad Transmission Control Module (TCM) would not keep it from shifting. In the event of a bad TCM, the transmission would go into fail safe mode and you could continue driving the vehicle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
there's more than 1 and they are all inside the pan and in the valvebody be careful messing with this stuff it could become very costly very fast. good luck
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
The pressure control solenoid is inside the transmission under the pan on the drivers side. To replace it you will need a lift and a trans jack. It is really hard to do on the ground because you have to remove the sub-frame from the car. If you are not familiar with trans components and removal you may be better off taking it to a shop. You can do more harm than good. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
i had to replace mine. i went to www.rockauto.com and found them for $15 a piece. its actually really easy to do. drop the pan. at the back toward the driveshaft you will see 2 right next to each other. pop out the c clips and it should come right out. reverse those steps to put it back in.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
well, there are six of them. The two solenoids that give you the four gears are the two square ones on the back of the valve body. The big round one is the EPC (pressure) solenoid. All are inside
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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