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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The starter solenoid? Attached to the starter. Round thing, wires, etc.
Not sure what size engine or trans you have, but on my 98 2.4 cavalier the solenoid is actually located inside the transmission. You can access it by removing the trans inspection cover on the drivers side of the transmission. If this is the case with your car you should still be able to research the circular plug that attaches all the wiring to the trans and figure out which two wires to disconnect.
how do you put spark wires in the right place on the coil pack on a 1995 Chevy cavalier2.2 frank
There are several vacuum hoses. They are the small black tubes that connect things.
Trace the spark plug wires they start at the coil and end at the spark plug
Look on inner fender--Follow + battery cable should connect to solenoid
The 1995 Cavalier could have a stopped up transmission filter, or a vacuum solenoid problem. These would be the two most likely places to cause the problem.
Any good quality plug and wire set will be fine for this car. There is really no need to buy real expensive plugs and wires for this vehicle. Accel makes good plugs and wires.
There isn't a shutoff solenoid.
Where is the transmission solenoid located on a 1995 buick skylark custom?
Check starter wires that loosened up and are contacting. Sticking solenoid.
If you mean a Harley-Davidson from 1995, you don't. The solenoid is an integral part of the starter. However, there are kits available to replace some of the solenoid parts.
You would need to be more specific with your question. You are not providing enough information to supply a meaningful answer.
Put markings on the original wires with paint or white-out and take pictures with a digital camera before you remove them.
Need to see diagram so i can remove or fix tail light on Chevrolet cavalier 1995
If your speaking of the starter solenoid, it is mounted directly to the starter. The starter would have to be removed in order to replace the solenoid.
The TCC solenoid on a 1995 Caprice Classic is located in front of the transmission. It is bolted to the bottom of the pump.
The Starter on a 1995 Mustang THe starter is located at the bottom of the engine near just off the flywheel. Disconnect the battery, then the wires going to the starter, unbolt the old starter, bolt in the new starter, attach the wires, connect the battery and you're done.
Sounds like a torque converter lock up solenoid.
Had a 1995 Cavalier with a similar problem. It was some type of solenoid on the transmission (automatic). Cost about $500 to replace at the dealer.