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.
It is on the front of the transmission, below the cooler hoses.
Front of the transmission. Just below the cooler hoses.
Transmission Control Solenoid
Remove the instrument bezel.
You take it to a shop.
The Solenoid Pack, sounds like.
Chrysler Cirrus was created in 1995.
No, only the failed one.
It does not have a cabin filter from the factory.
A part has failed. Find where the leak starts, and fix that part.