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Old 10-23-2009, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default How to disconnect TTC Solenoid Switch?

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I was wondering how you disconnect the TCC solenoid switch. I'm still dealing with that rpm reving problem, and I read somewhere that it could also be related to a bad wire/plug.

I'd like to disconnect the switch to rule out the TCC problem.

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Drivers side, bottom plug. It is however, inside the case.
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Uhm. that'* basically requiring transmission removal.

Isn't there a switch in the brake pedal area (next to or part of the brake switch) that will keep the TCC from engaging. I know the W bodies have it. Never had a need to look for it on the H body.
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Sure, now I guess you want me to look at the FSM.
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I found this while googling for info. Does it apply to the Bonneville?

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Wow, nice find. I'll go out and check that right now.
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Let me know how this works for you.

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