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Old 03-16-2017, 11:30 AM   #1
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Could the TCC/Pwn solenoid in my 95 jimmy cause engine stallout ?

So I cant drive my rig because as soon as I shift the engine stalls out.
If I give the engine gas when shifting I might get 5-6 feet before it stalls.

People keep telling me it could be the torque converter TCC solenoid.

I know my 4l60e is a snowflake year that added a lockup control solenoid into the pan with the shifting solenoids. IS that the only solenoid for it or is there one on the torque converter itself (and would I need to drop the transmission to get to it ?
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Re: Could the TCC/Pwn solenoid in my 95 jimmy cause engine stallout ?

Unplug the main plug on the trans, see what happens.
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Old 03-16-2017, 09:27 PM   #3
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Re: Could the TCC/Pwn solenoid in my 95 jimmy cause engine stallout ?

What Max said.

As for the solenoid, the TCC PWM valve which extends into the pump body CAN be accessed through the trans oil pan.
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