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1999 plymouth voyager TCC Solonoid replace


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mymopar
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Feb 17, 2011, 6:47 PM

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1999 plymouth voyager TCC Solonoid replace Sign In

I have a 1999 plymouth voyager with a 2.4 ltr 3-speed transmission. I bought the van new and had the tranny rebuilt @ 5000 miles ago. I have 217000 miles on it
and now the code P0743/check engine light is on. I have always changed my tranny fluid myself @ 25000 miles. I almost sure its the TCC solonoid because it will
slip in first gear when it's cold. If I drop the pan and remove the filter I'm told to remove the valve body??? Does anybody have pics of what this looks like or what
does it take to remove the valve body to get at the solonoid?? My Chiltons manual does not show me this. I was unemployed for 16 months and just landed a new
job...need to get to work. Any help would be a blessing....my email is personal info deleted Thank You.


(This post was edited by Hammer Time on Feb 17, 2011, 6:53 PM)


Hammer Time
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Feb 17, 2011, 6:54 PM

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Re: 1999 plymouth voyager TCC Solonoid replace Sign In


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I almost sure its the TCC solonoid because it will
slip in first gear when it's cold.


The TCC solenoid has nothing to do with first gear. It sounds like the tranny is fried. Have it check by a trans shop.



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nickwarner
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Feb 21, 2011, 10:13 AM

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Re: 1999 plymouth voyager TCC Solonoid replace Sign In

the 3 speed transmissions do use bands like the old ones. If its your lucky day the band isn't adjusted properly. The valve body has to come out to look at it. When you drop the pan you'll see some bolts with bigger heads than others. They hold the valve body up. The shaft that comes up the top and hooks into your shifter is part of the unit and the cable needs to be removed. The shaft has an o-ring seal so some wiggling will be needed to pop it out. But if the band is properly adjusted I'm afraid Hammer is right and this thing is fried. I will warn you that if you aren't familiar with this type of repair work that you might be best off letting a trans guy do it. Its not hard to do something that will seal its fate accidently






 
 
 






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