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How many wires connect to the solenoid on a 1995 cavalier and where?

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2010-03-12 16:48:13
2010-03-12 16:48:13

If you are referring to the Torque Solenoid on the Transmission then look on the upper side of the transmission and you will find a blue plug assembly with two sires.

If you have a problem with your TCC solenoid (the engine stops when you use the break while in drive) then removing the wire will keep the engine going. To fix the problem you need to open the side of the transmission cap and replace the solenoid assembly (Solenoid assembly costs $40 at the dealer). you would need to remove a Chassis cover behind the passenger wheel to reach the transmission cover though.

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