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lock up soleniod located on a 1998 ford taurus with a ax4n tranny

Customer Question

where is the lock up soleniod located on a 1998 ford taurus with a ax4n tranny
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Daryl replied 5 years ago.
Its located in the side pan(on the drivers side) area of the transmission.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
how hard is it to change it
Expert:  Daryl replied 5 years ago.
Its a 4-5 hour job to get the side panel off and back on
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

how hard is it to change the lock up solenoid in a 1998 taurus with a ax4n trans

 

Optional Information:
Year : 1998
Make : Ford
Model: taurus
Engine: 3.0

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new torque converter what thing thing is doing as soon as you put it in gear it locks the motor up and kills it

Expert:  Daryl replied 5 years ago.
Changing the solenoid itself is pretty easy it just comes out after you remove the hold down but it takes 4-5 hours to remove the side panel so that is actually the difficult part.

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