Transmission Control Solenoid
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BWD Transmission Control Solenoid

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  • Q:

    can this make your car have no gears
    Asked on 10/2/2014 by tom from groveport oh

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      Hi Tom, glad to help you! Functions: Automatic transmission solenoid is located inside the transmission. The automatic control solenoid is part of a unit called the solenoid pack that functions like a sensor signaling the engine by adding or alleviating the hydraulic pressure of the system. This allows you to shift between gears smoothly. Effects: Each automatic transmission solenoid either energizes (shifting into Drive) or de-activates ( Neutral or Park) the shifting gear. This combination result in the separate gears for automatic transmissions. Considerations: If a solenoid malfunctions, you will experience difficulty in shifting your vehicle. This is often a very easy problem to fix and can be diagnosed and repaired quickly.

      Answered on 10/6/2014 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    in a 1995 ford windstar were is this part located how do i find the shcematic on how to replace it is it hard to do
    Asked on 9/2/2012 by shavon from tempe az

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      You will have to remove the air cleaner, tube to the fuel injectors, the battery and case. You will then see the valve cover pan at the end of the transaxle. This has to be removed to access the shift solenoids. There are three solenoids and the pan can be removed only after you remove the bar supporting the back of the transmission and its rubber mount. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 9/3/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
  • Q:

    Where is the tansmission control solenoid located on a 1998 Ford Taurus GL v6 automatic.
    Asked on 7/25/2012 by T from Waycross,Georgia

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      The transmission control solenoids for the transmission are inside the valve body. The side pan (driver side) on the transmission is the valve body cover. There is a manual lever position sensor at the transmission. This is at the end of the shifter cable at the transmission. For further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 7/25/2012 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    where is part located?
    Asked on 4/8/2012 by J from Michie, Tn.

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      For assisting you further on the location of transmission control solenoid , please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.

      Answered on 4/8/2012 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    I have a 2000 Mercury Sable. My vehicle just one day going down the road just recently, it would only go in to first gear. It will not go into second no third, and it is blowing the 15 amp fuse. Could this be the Control Solenoid, if so which one. (There are several).
    Asked on 1/17/2012 by Anonymous

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      This could possibly be the problem. However, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis.

      Answered on 1/18/2012 by Dennis from AAP
  • Q:

    Where is this located on a 1998 Ford Windstar,inside or on the outside of the transmission?
    Asked on 12/27/2011 by Anonymous from Orwigsburg,Pa

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      The 1998 AX4S transaxle has a total of five (5) solenoids located in different locations within the transaxle itself. There are three shift solenoids, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Also there is a torque converter clutch (tcc) solenoid and an electronic pressure control (epc) solenoid. All of these solenoids are output devices, placed in an on-off position by the vehicles power train control module (computer) at different times. The power train control module (pcm) also receives input from four (4) sensors, the transmission range (tr) sensor, the turbine shaft speed (TSS) sensor, vehicle speed (vss) sensor, and the transmission fluid temperature (tft) sensor. From the information received from these sensors, (input devices), the computer actually controls every thing the transmission does by the solenoids, (output devices).

      Answered on 12/27/2011 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    i have a 1993 ford taurus with 59000 original miles it has the 3.0v6. i would like to know how do i tell i have a transmission that is on its way out? while driving at around 35 to 45mph i feel the car 'buck' some times at a dead stop and you go give it gas the car almost wants to stall. this also happens when you slow down by breaking and then when you want to pick up speed again the bucking will act up and the hesitaion starts. in addition somtimes not all the time at highway speeds the car will buck 2x when you are at 55 to 65mph.
    Asked on 10/18/2011 by Anonymous

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      I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

      Answered on 10/18/2011 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    i have a 1996 windstar car was working fine till i let it sit for 3 months. now when i put it in drive the trans would not shift. if i put it in second with overdrive off she will shift. could this bethe problem
    Asked on 4/6/2011 by Fred from kenvil, nj

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      I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not solve or be the problem.

      Answered on 4/6/2011 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
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      I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not solve or be the problem.

      Answered on 4/10/2011 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
  • Q:

    where is it's location
    Asked on 1/9/2011 by Anonymous

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      It is located inside the transmission under the pan.

      Answered on 1/11/2011 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
  • Q:

    WHEN THIS SOLENIOD GO'S BAD CAN IT CAUSE THE TRANSMISSION SLIP ?
    Asked on 12/30/2010 by Anonymous

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      It would be more of it not shifting at all.

      Answered on 12/31/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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