Q: Tcc solenoid broke .

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I need to know how to drop the sub fram and Jack up the transmission so I can change the tcc solenoids in my 99 Deville also where the other solenoids are so I can change them all out while I have this all apart. And is the a easier way I've already tried from above and whIle trying the tcc solenoid broke .how do I get it the broken solinoid out plz help I've been on this for way to long now .thank you so much Brandy

My car has 80 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your best option is to buy a service manual; it will detail the steps required to replace the TCC solenoids. Unfortunately, YourMechanic does not work on transmissions so it may be necessary to take the car to a transmission shop, or to a dealer.

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