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Old 17 Jul 2012, 05:01 pm
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Default What would you do? UPDATE


Just to give an update, I recieved the Tranny Solonoid from Amazon, $82.00 and it was a Warner, made in the US. Not a bad deal.

Installed it, and taught the tranny, and all is well in PT land.

BTW..if you are going to do this yourself, I must say that an air rachet is needed for 2 bolts on the battery brace. Had to go under the car to get them out, and in.
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Old 17 Jul 2012, 06:10 pm
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Default Re: What would you do? UPDATE

Rotty, so you had to teach the tranny--or you just did it because the manual says so?

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Old 17 Jul 2012, 06:28 pm
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Default Re: What would you do? UPDATE

I believe that the solonoids these days are programmed, unlike the ones from mercedes. But I put it in drive and did not like the thunk, so to be on the safe side, I went through the process.

Better to be safe than to have to call a tow truck.

I haven't finished the lesson plan for the tranny, I only took it 50% trottle so far.
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