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Old 01-03-2005, 01:04 PM   #1
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TCC solenoid?

I recently have had problems with my ignition fuse blowing and have traced it down to it being either a TCC solenoid or my ECM pin a7. What the heck is the TCC solenoid and where is it? thanks for any help.
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Re: TCC solenoid?

Torque Converter Control solenoid. It's on the valve body on the transmission.
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Thanks for the help. I was extremeley clueless.
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Where's the valve body? I don't have a manual yet.

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Drop the transmission fluid pan. It's right there...
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Re: TCC solenoid?

If you drop the pan there are several solonoids in there. There are a couple in the back and 1 or two in the front. If you have the two in the front, one of them has to come out then you can pull the TCC solonoid down out, its held in place by two bolts and is solderd to the wiring harness where the others in the front plug in. The ones that plug in, if you can don't try to unplug them, those plugs get very brittle and break easy, see if you can get enough slack in the wire to move it out of the way to get to the tcc solonoid. If your truck is an earlier 4l60e then you won't have that one in the way. The TCC soloniod should measure between 20-40 ohms.
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