the solonoid is located inside the transmission, once the pan is removed i believe that it is located on the passenger side close to the front. I would find exact instructions but the back yard mechanic can do this with basic tools. If you're interested it shouldn't be too hard to pull the pan and look (only 2 solonoids inside with electrical connections - 1 for converter and 1 for o/d).
When you take off the transmission oil pan, you'll see it. Follow the wire from the electrical connector where it comes in to the trans. Ed
Inside the transmission, on the valve body.
the tcc solonoid is located under the side pan however I highly doubt the solonoid is the prob
The torque converter is located between the engine output shaft and the transmission. Have to drop transmission to remove.
It is on the valve body, inside the transmission.It is on the valve body, inside the transmission.
The torque converter for an automatic transmission is inside the bellhousing area of the automatic transmission , the end of the transmission that is bolted to the engine
front of the transmission--between engine and transmission
Inbetween the engine and transmission, located in the bell housing. To access it, you will need to drop the drive shaft and pull the transmission out. The torque converter will come out with the transmission.
Between the engine and transmission.Between the engine and transmission.
It is located at the front of the transmission, on the pump. You can see it on the pump were the torq converter goes into the transmission. The trans has to be pulled out of the car to do the repair.
The torque converter solenoid is inside the transmission on the valve body.
Between the engine and transmission.
It is inside of the transmission.
if you need to ask to find a torque converter you have no place under the hood. Between the engine and the transmission. Transmission must be removed to access this component.
The torque converter in a Ford Windstar is located on the side of the transmission at the valve body. You must remove the side cover in order to gain access to it.
Between the engine and the transmission bolted to the flywheel
Right behind the motor in the front of the transmission.
The torque converter is located between the engine and transmission. The clutch packs are inside the transmission. This car has no mechanical clutch as it is an automatic. There is also a clutch mounted on the front of the A/C compressor.
located on the top of the transmission directly parralle from the catiletic converter
It is located between the back of the engine and the transmission. It houses the flywheel and clutch if it is a standard or the flex plate and the torque converter if it is an automatic transmission.
It is between the back of the engine and the front of the transmission. You must remove the transmission to get to it. NO other way.
your torque converter solenoid is located in the valve body of the transmission. you have to drop the pan on the tranny but you really better know what your doing or you can do alot of damage
It has no shut off solonoid but does have a fuel pump solonoid located with the solonoids on the firewall.
I'm not finding Torque converter sensor, are you sure you don't mean converter check valve or converter clutch solenoid? anyway, if you are looking for any of the shift Selenoid (1-2,3-4, or 2-3), or the TCC Selenoid, or the TWM Selenoid, or the Transmission Temp sensor, These are located inside the side cover on the transmission. On my 1999 grand Prix se this cover is located above the Transmission pan and drivers side....
It's between the engine and transmission. It slides onto the input shaft of the transmission and bolts to the flexplate on the engine.