it is located where you put your oil in. there is a hose that comes out of the same container you put ypur oil in!
NO, I have the same problem, it is not on the valve cover...
On the 3.0 ltr it's underneath all of the intake garbage on the passenger side. Follow the vacuum hose to find it. You'll need to take some of the hoses off and a pair of long needle nose pliers to get it replaced.
smack in the middle of the valve cover
That year truck does not have a modulator valve on the transmission. it has a electronic transmission in it.
It's on the valve cover
no it will not...
On the top of the ac compressor.
Do you mean the expansion valve for the A/C? That is near the evaporator under the dashboard.
That year model did not have a modulator valve on the transmission.
8 intake 12 exhaust ????
That transmission is COMPUTER CONTROLLED and does NOT have a modulator valve. If you are having transmission problems then you need to have the transmission scanned with an OBDII engine scanner to see what is going on.
Inside the transmission, on the valve body. It is the one with the long wiring pigtail on it.
Under the intake plenum
It is either screwed into the pressure line on the side of the transmission, or it is inside on the valve body.
on top of the valve body inside the transmission
Inside the transmission. on the valve body
most likely timing is off or a bad valve
Inside the evap housing, on the line to the expansion valve.
YOU MUST REMOVE THE EVAPERATOR CASE FROM INSIDE THE TRUCK ON THE PASSENGER SIDE AND YOU WILL SEE THE EXPANSION VALVE.
Inside the transmission, on the valve body. It is the part with the long wiring pigtail.
You can't make it a true manual, but you can either change the valve body (the brain of the non-pcm auto) over for an aftermarket full manual valve body. There are also a few good shift kits which will provide adequate results.
YOU can't. It don't have 1
All the solenoids for the transmission are inside the valve body. The side pan ( drives side ) on the transmission is the valve body cover. There is a manual lever position sensor at the transmission. This is at the end of the shifter cable at the transmission.
This transmission does not have a modulator valve.This transmission does not have a modulator valve.
having a similar problem. have traced it back to a cold start valve and an egr valve. both are clogged on mine.
A fully manual valve body in an automatic will need to be shifted manually ( no clutch ) May not be available for your application .
To bleed the hydraulic system for the clutch slave cylinder, there is a fitting on the drivers side of the transmission
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