Where is the solenoid on a lock up torque converter?

Answer The Solenoid is an electrically operated valve in a vehicle's automatic transmission that is controlled by the car's computer. When the computer estimates that it would be effective to lock the tor... Read More »

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How to find the Torque Converter Solenoid Plug Location on a '95 Cavalier?

In 1982, The Chevrolet division of General Motors introduced the Cavalier, based on GM's "J-Body" platform. The 1995 Cavalier marks the beginning of the model's third generation, thanks to a comple... Read More »

How to Disable a 1994 GM Lock Up Torque Converter?

The lock-up torque converter in 1994 General Motors vehicles is designed to eliminate torque converter slippage at highway cruising speeds, resulting in increased fuel economy. In most modern vehic... Read More »

How to Tell When a Torque Converter Is Out?

A torque converter works similarly to the clutch on an automatic car or truck transmission. Problems with the torque converter can cause your transmission to malfunction and may cause lasting damag... Read More »

What Happens When a Torque Converter Goes Bad?

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