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Were is the 3-4 solenoid in 46RE and how to diy fix

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3/4 solenoid is bolted to the top of the valve body. It comes on a bracket with the lock-up solenoid and some wiring. You have to drop the trans pan and valve body to change this. Remove kick down lever and shift lever. Remove electrical connector. Remove trans pan. Remove filter. Remove 7/16 bolts from valve body and lower. The park rod will be coming out from the back so you have to bring valve body forward. Replace solenoid and reverse procedure. The worst part is getting the park rod to go back in the right place. Check to make sure there is no corrosion in the connector

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