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TFT Sensor Needs Replaced

It's looking like my TFT sensor is probably shot, given that its symptoms are right on line with what I've been reading on here. Can anyone tell me where the TFT sensor is located on the tranny...is it inside the pan or somewhere on the outside of the tranny?

The reason i'm asking is because it would be wise of me to do a tranny service if end up pulling the pan off anyway, but if its on the outside of the tranny I can just replace the sensor for now...Thanks for the help in advance!

By the way its on a 2003 6.0 with 5-speed automatic (5R110W), Hi-Torque transmission.

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It is internal, installed into the valve body.
I have a pdf file of the total breakdown of the trans, but it only shows the valve body fully assembled and not what is what on it....not much help there...
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Remove pan and filter. The TFT is on the pass side towards the bellhousing in between 2 solenoids, it's vertical.

Unplug the connector and rotate counterclockwise 90 to remove

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thx guys!!

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