What Is the Function of the Transmission Control Solenoid?

Answer Your vehicle's transmission transfers power generated by the engine to the drive wheels. The transmission uses a hydraulic system controlled by a group of solenoids to shift gears automatically as ... Read More »

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What Is a Transmission Control Solenoid?

With manual transmission vehicles you work the clutch yourself to shift gears. With an automatic transmission system, shifting is controlled by a complicated hydraulic system, which uses control so... Read More »

How to Replace a Pressure Control Solenoid Valve in a Transmission?

Transmission power control solenoid -- PCS -- valves are duty cycle-controlled components that manage the pressure of transmission fluid. A PCS is required to prevent the transmission from seizing ... Read More »

What Is an Automatic Transmission Solenoid?

The transmission is an automotive part located at the back of the engine and allows the vehicle to move based on its ability to shift gears. The shifting of gears is made possible the automatic tra... Read More »

Function of a Starter Solenoid?

The starter solenoid is an electric or electromagnetic switch that directs the starter motor and is usually mounted directly to it. It serves a distinct, albeit related, function from the starter m... Read More »