How To Change TCC Solenoid
First off, I know I'm starting a new thread on this. My other thread has pretty much died. I'm not really getting the help I expected to on these forums. I know people on here aren't transmission gurus, but I just have a pretty simple question about my tranny. Nothing to fancy. So a little insight on my problem would be very appreciated.
Anyways my truck threw a C.E.L and it was P1740 my TCC solenoid.
I have a 2001 F150 5.4L with the 4R70w transmission.
I ordered a new TCC solenoid for 20 bucks after I found out Ford wanted 50 for it.
I got this one: http://cobratransmission.com/index.p...ucts_id=109065
So here is my question. When I unbolt the transmission pan obviously the fluid is gonna come out. Then after that I can just pull the filter out right?
After I pull the filter out will the valve body be exposed?
This thing right?
I know that the TCC solenoid is right above the pink painted part.
I'm going to unscrew the bolt take the old one out and replace it. Then just put the filter back in and bolt it up and re fill right?
Should I get a new filter while I'm doing this as well?
Thanks everyone so much and I'm sorry for the repeated long posts.