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I am doing this now and I have the car on jacks and the drivers side tire removed, along with the plastic panel inside the wheel well which grants you access to the battery. I sprayed everything with engine degreaser and shot water all over the area the day before I disconnected anything so the area would have a chance to dry. I am also replacing the input & output speed sensors as a precaution, since they are in the same area and tend to fail. They just screw in, from what I've read. The solenoid pack is unbolted from the Top with 3 bolts and a 4 bolt/screw holds the electrical connector in tight. You need a 12" extension. Perhaps 10mm bolts.

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Q: How do you replace a leaking Solenoid Pack on a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus?
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