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Automatic Transmission Solenoid for 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Dorman OE replacement Automatic Transmission Solenoid

Restoration of the car or truck's transmission structure wouldn't be as challenging as it is if you use Dorman OE Replacement Automatic Transmission Solenoid. Given that these replacement automatic transmission solenoids fulfill or surpass the standards of their Original Equipment Manufacturer counterparts, they are convenient in stopping loss of performance and unexpected breakdown. Dorman OE Replacement Automatic Transmission Solenoids are also solid with regards to overall performance and durability, for these automotive parts are not just patterned after the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) automatic transmission solenoid, they are also produced from the best quality materials using sophisticated manufacturing procedures.

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts replacement is among the easiest ways to bring back an automobile's transmission system to its best form. The repair process only becomes tricky when symptoms of damage and wear are ignored for a while that they've actually compromised the dependability of the nearby components or the whole car itself. For smoother rides and worry-free car repairs, change components the instant they present symptoms of malfunction.

Dorman Automatic Transmission Solenoid, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, 1-2 Business Days
$128.24 List Price $151.32 Save $23.08 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: RB698100
  • Replaces OE Number: 5015646AC
Fits the following 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan submodels:
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"Had a 700 code on my 2002 Chrysler Voyger which caused the transmission to stay in 2nd gear. 700 code said it was the shift solenoid. Replaced it and I was back in service. It only took about 90 min. to replace solenoid." posted by: Big Al 56 on February 21, 2015

"the product is well made and comes with a gasket. 3 screws to install but a number of items to move out of the way to really get down inside to reach. it is on the front of the trans which makes it a no lift project. *warning* there will be some spill when you remove it so prepare yourself with a pan or basin to catch it. I did this project myself in an afternoon and there were no extra parts to purchase." posted by: pst on July 25, 2011 view all 3 reviews