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Old 06-26-2010, 11:59 AM
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TCC solenoid

anybody know what i have to do to change this?
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Old 06-26-2010, 01:52 PM
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Pull the pan and change the solenoid pack. Whats wrong with it?
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Old 06-26-2010, 02:09 PM
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Why do you need to?
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Old 06-26-2010, 02:50 PM
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Why do you need to what? Change the solenoid pack?
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yes, how would you know if that is bad?
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You can test each solenoid in the pack with an ohm meter.
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so are you basically looking to see if there is high resistance across each solenoid? does anyone have a pin out chart for the connector? i think you should be able to do this with the trans pan still intact by backprobing the connector ....i have another post going about this, i am pretty sure this is what my problem is with codes P1744 and P0743 codes...

http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/99-...-problems.html
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10-20 ohms for the TCC pins (pwm). 20-30 ohms for the TCC non PWM. Thats on pins 1 and 4 of the pins that are together. Not the two space two.
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i went to the dealers shop an hooked it up an they said that the TCC was one of the codes that came up
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I ordered the solenoid pack from tousley ford they had the best deal and had it in stock. I went for the 2 day shipping and it was very resonable. None of my local dealers had it in stock and they all quoted me MSRP. I did this last night in about 2 hrs, taking my time trying not to make a huge mess. I put down some plastic sheeting that made clean up a little easier. I changed the filter at the same time with the OE filter from Tousley Ford. Those guys were great. I cleared the codes and drove it today it seems to be shifting fine. My comments from changing this out are pretty much same at FordNuts, you just drop the pan, and change out the solenoid pack:
remove drain plug (13mm wrench)and drain trans, drop pan botls with 10mm socket, I also had to remove a dampener to get to the back three pan bolts. It took an 18mm to remove the nuts from dampener and get access to the back three pan bolts. I did not have to remove cross member. I do not know if the pickups have as many of these weights/dampeners as the excursions do but this one was in the way. Next remove trans filter. Expect a shower of ATF when you twist that filter and pull it off.
To remove solenoid pack: unplug connector(its on passenger side of trans), remove single 10mm nut from stud, and remaining T30 bolts then pull the solenoid pack off of trans. The single 10mm nut had fallen off and was stuck to the magnet in the bottom of my pan. Then just slap the new one in there and put it all back together. I had to add 2 gallons of ATF and I will check again after test drive. I do not know if the TC has a seperate drain plug, but my fluid was in good condition as the trans had recently been serviced. So i was not concerned with getting it all out.

Sorry this was a little long and rambling...anyway it was not bad and seems to have taken care of my issue for around $300.
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