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Q: Shift solenoid "c"

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I need to know where is the shift solenoid "c" located, I was told it's 3 of them and I don't want to order the wrong part . The car is overseas and I can't afford not to have the right part. Thanks.

My car has 90000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: There are 4 solenoids and they show that th...

There are 4 solenoids and they show that they are all the same part number. Looking from the side the solenoids, they are lettered from the top left as "A" and go counter clockwise until you see "C" in the top right.

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