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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-17-2004, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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Tcc?

Where is the TCC in a 4.6 trans? I am swapping a 96 trans into my 95 and am under the impression I must swap the 95 TCC into my 96 trans. Does this need to be done? If so it woudl be helpful to have an illistration, I searched and teh oen I pulled up didn't seem right to me. Looked like the TCC was inside the TC.

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With the pan removed, the TCC is the round solenoid next to the two boxy ones. The boxy ones are the Shift solenoids.

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I searched and teh oen I pulled up didn't seem right to me. Looked like the TCC was inside the TC.
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I believe the tcc is in the converter. It is the tcc solenoid that Silver is talking about. That is what you must swap over.
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