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Transmission Solenoid body 5r110 torqshift

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Ive got a bad solenoid body and I have a doner tranny that has a cracked body but aleged good solenoid body, But when I removed the solenoid body, a star shaped washer looking object fell out, its about the size of a nickle and the prongs of the star are folded opposite of each other. Can any of you tranny mechanics help me out with a diagram or tell me where it goes? It looks like it possibly goes into the tranny body, there are three holes two of which have a 12mm nut in them the third does not it just has a couple of holes is this correct or not.
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Nevermind I found out where it goes.
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Nevermind I found out where it goes.
The same thing just happened to me. Where does that washer go? Thanks.
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Coud either of you provide guidance on what the star shape disc is? I have the same problem.
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That is a flow restrictor. At some point they
switched to a bolt that has an orifice and no
washer thing.

What are you using to align the valve body when you reinstall it?


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