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Old 02-09-2019, 01:45 PM
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TCC elec connector clip

Awesome post...thanks for the help.
I'm changing my TCC now, which the electrical connector clip tab cracked right off being brittle. Anyone have any alternatives to fix the connector? I'm worried just sticking the connector back on the TCC solenoid without the clip, it might vibrate off over time....
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:18 PM
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Here is my experience and solution for no transmission engagement after a long cold soak of my E46


IMHO, if all other warm temp ops are normal and you have to wait a while for coolant temps to rise to near normal operating before normal trans engagement, then you might consider changing out both of those solenoids. It is a relatively easy DIY and the solenoids are not that pricey if sourced through low cost sources.


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