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Old 04-07-2005, 11:33 PM
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TCC solenoid location

Where is the TCC solenoid located on a '98 Mazda B4000 4X4? Do I need to drop the trans pan to get to it?

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Yes, it's in the valve body.
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Thanks for the reply. Is the solenoid easily changed once the pan is dropped...say, for one with moderate mech skills? Or, does the valve body need to be removed.
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If I remember right you have to remove the valve body but it's been a long time since I've done one so I'm not positive.
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«2000 Ranger Table of Contents»
«Group 3: Powertrain»
«Section 307-01A: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION — 4R44E»
«IN-VEHICLE REPAIR»


Solenoids — Shift, Torque Converter Clutch, Electronic Pressure Control


Removal

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to «Section 414-01».

2. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer to «Section 100-02».

3. Drain the transmission fluid. For additional information, refer to «Fluid Pan, Gasket and Filter» in this section.

µ 4. Remove the transmission fluid filter.

1 Remove the transmission fluid filter screw.

2 Remove the transmission fluid filter.

µ 5. Note:
Main control assembly does not need to be removed for solenoid service.

Remove wire loom guide and protector.

l Carefully lift up on wire loom guide and protector and disengage the retaining pins from the solenoid clamps.

µ 6. Disconnect the appropriate solenoid electrical connector.

1 Disconnect shift solenoids electrical connectors.

2 Disconnect the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid electrical connector.

3 Disconnect the electronic pressure control (EPC) solenoid electrical connector.

µ 7. CAUTION:
The TCC solenoid and converter modulator valve may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid or converter modulator valve.

CAUTION:
Shift solenoid (SSC) may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid.

Remove the shift solenoids.

1 Remove the wire harness.

2 Remove the solenoid clamp screws.

3 Remove the solenoid clamp.

4 Remove the appropriate solenoid(s).


Installation

µ 1. Install the new solenoid(s).

µ 2. CAUTION:
The solenoid clamp must be installed in the TCC and EPC solenoid grooves, shift solenoid pockets and the No. 204 plug.

Install the solenoid clamp.

1 Position the solenoid clamp on the main control valve body.

2 Install the solenoid clamp screws.

µ 3. Connect the six solenoid electrical connectors.

1 Connect shift solenoid SSA, SSB, SSC, CCS electrical connectors.

2 Connect the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid electrical connector.

3 Connect the electrical pressure control (EPC) solenoid electrical connector.

µ 4. CAUTION:
Excessive pressure may break the retaining pins.

Install the main control valve body wire loom.

l Align the retaining pins to the holes in the solenoid clamps and gently press in the main control valve body wire loom guide and protector.

µ 5. Install the transmission fluid filter.

1 Install the transmission fluid filter.

2 Install the transmission fluid filter screw.

µ 6. Install the transmission fluid pan.

1 Position a new transmission fluid pan gasket on the transmission fluid pan.

2 Align and install the transmission fluid pan.

l Loosely install the transmission fluid pan screws.

µ 7. Tighten the transmission fluid pan screws.

8. Lower the vehicle.

9. Connect the battery ground cable.

10. Fill the transmission to the proper fluid level and check for proper transmission operation.

l Use MERCON® V; Automatic Transmission Fluid XT-5-QM meeting Ford specification MERCON® V;.
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Thanks Ken00!...I can always depend on you for a detailed answer.

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OOPS!...I just noticed that procedure was for a 4R44E. My owners manual says I have a 5R55E. Is there any difference in the procedure?

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«2000 Ranger Table of Contents»
«Group 3: Powertrain»
«Section 307-01B: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION — 5R55E»
«IN-VEHICLE REPAIR»


Solenoids — Shift, Torque Converter Clutch, Electronic Pressure Control


Removal

1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information; refer to «Section 414-01».

2. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer to «Section 100-02».

µ 3. Note:
Transmission servo heat shield needs to be unclipped from the fluid pan rail and positioned out of the way for fluid pan removal.

Loosen the nut and position the heat shield out of the way.

4. Place a drain pan under the transmission fluid pan.

5. Drain the transmission fluid. For additional information, refer to «Fluid Pan, Gasket and Filter» in this section.

µ 6. Remove the transmission fluid filter.

1 Remove the transmission fluid filter screw.

2 Remove the transmission fluid filter.

µ 7. Note:
Main control assembly does not need to be removed for solenoid service.

Remove wire loom guide and protector.

l Carefully lift up on wire loom guide and protector and disengage the retaining pins from the solenoid clamps.

µ 8. Disconnect the appropriate solenoid electrical connector.

1 Disconnect shift solenoids electrical connectors.

2 Disconnect the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid electrical connector.

3 Disconnect the electronic pressure control (EPC) solenoid electrical connector.

µ 9. CAUTION:
The TCC solenoid and converter modulator valve may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid or converter modulator valve.

CAUTION:
Shift solenoid (SSC) may pop out of its bore. This may damage the solenoid.

Remove the shift solenoids.

1 Remove the wire harness.

2 Remove the solenoid clamp screws.

3 Remove the solenoid clamp.

4 Remove the appropriate solenoid(s).


Installation

µ 1. Install the new solenoid(s).

µ 2. CAUTION:
The solenoid clamp must be installed in the TCC and EPC solenoid grooves, shift solenoid pockets and the No. 204 plug.

Install the solenoid clamp.

1 Position the solenoid clamp on the main control valve body.

2 Install the solenoid clamp screws.

µ 3. Connect the six solenoid electrical connectors.

1 Connect shift solenoid SSA, SSB, SSC, SSD electrical connectors.

2 Connect the torque converter clutch (TCC) solenoid electrical connector.

3 Connect the electrical pressure control (EPC) solenoid electrical connector.

µ 4. CAUTION:
Excessive pressure may break the retaining pins.

Install the main control valve body wire loom.

l Align the retaining pins to the holes in the solenoid clamps and gently press in the main control valve body wire loom guide and protector.

µ 5. Install the transmission fluid filter.

1 Install the transmission fluid filter.

2 Install the transmission fluid filter screw.

µ 6. Install the transmission fluid pan.

1 Position a new transmission fluid pan gasket on the transmission fluid pan.

2 Align and install the transmission fluid pan.

l Loosely install the transmission fluid pan screws.

µ 7. Tighten the transmission fluid pan screws.

µ 8. Position the servo heat shield over the servos and clip it to the pan rail.

9. Lower the vehicle.

10. Connect the battery ground cable.

11. Fill the transmission to the proper fluid level and check for proper transmission operation.

l Use MERCON ® V Automatic Transmission Fluid XT-5-QM or equivalent meeting MERCON ® V specification.
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