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    Does anyone know where the TCC solenoid is located in the transmission? Is it somewhere on the outside or is it inside the bellhousing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason99 View Post
    Does anyone know where the TCC solenoid is located in the transmission? Is it somewhere on the outside or is it inside the bellhousing?
    It's inside, attached to the side of the valve body. You remove the tranny pan to get to it.

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    Does the valve body need to be removed to replace it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason99 View Post
    Does the valve body need to be removed to replace it?
    I don't see how you can even get the screws out without dropping the valve body, though maybe someone has managed to do it.

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    I haven't taken it apart yet, I was just wondering how easy it was to get to. I'm trying to decide if I wanna take the job on myself or not. Thanks for the help!

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    I've been thinking about doing this to mine but so far with a fresh service and a bottle of transfix it's been OK.

    Here's how to do it if you have a 42re.

    http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums...d.php?t=841512
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    How do I find out what transmission I have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason99 View Post
    How do I find out what transmission I have?
    Tell us the year of your Jeep and engine size.

    BTW, that writeup above is for the governor pressure solenoid, not the TCC solenoid.

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    It's a 2001 Grand Cherokee with the 4.0L in it.

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    You have a 42RE.

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    I had the codes ran at a local shop and the guy said it was the governor pressure solenoid and the TCC code showing up. I read the thread about changing all the gov. solenoid and sensor, that seems simple enough. How much more has to be taken apart to get to the TCC?

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    THe governor selenoid can be removed from the bottom with just a pan drop. The TCC is on the side and I think you have to drop the valve body to get to it.
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