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DarkKnight
12-04-2004, 04:44 PM
There was a request, so I put together this guide from the service manual.

You'll have to remove the side cover first, and that is the hardest part.

Case Side Cover Replacement (http://www.domesticcrew.com/tony/sidecover.pdf)

TCC Solenoid Replacement (http://www.domesticcrew.com/tony/TCCreplacement.pdf)

So you know GM holds the copyright. I make no guarantee about the accuracy of this guide. I also take no responsibility for what you do with it or any damage that may be caused using the information contained here in. In other words, use this guide at your own risk!

Edit: You need to have adobe acrobat reader installed to view the doc.

Rba007
12-04-2004, 05:09 PM
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IF thats the "Torque Converter Control" selenoid, could you also get the info for the 4T40E?

DarkKnight
12-04-2004, 05:28 PM
Error has occured while loading this document.....


IF thats the "Torque Converter Control" selenoid, could you also get the info for the 4T40E?


You need to have adobe acrobat reader installed to view the doc.

This is the replacement giude for the 4T40/45E. ;)

Rba007
12-04-2004, 05:29 PM
Ive got adobe, stupid machines.

When I open it directly from adobe, it tells me it cant decrypt the document... Anything you could make as a .doc and post?

DarkKnight
12-04-2004, 05:31 PM
Ive got adobe, stupid machines.


Lol, try right-click, Save as

I can view it fine in IE. Make sure you have adobe reader 6.0 or higher.

When I open it directly from adobe, it tells me it cant decrypt the document... Anything you could make as a .doc and post?

Try the pdf again.

Rba007
12-04-2004, 10:08 PM
Since that appears to be out of my league, any idea on how long that would take a regular mechanic to do? Im looking to figure out parts cost (perhaps a part number for a new TCC) and labor costs, so i know whether or not I need to learn to live with this pesky shake. THANKS!

DarkKnight
12-05-2004, 10:18 PM
Lol, I have no idea. Best bet is to take it to get a written estimate. That way you have a definite idea, and a binding agreement.