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hey guys the Torque Convertor Clutch solenoid is below the stock air intake right under the exhaust manifold right? cause this is what happend, the other day i was out and i noticed my car when i came to a stop, jerked around and acted like it wanted to stall, before this my dad had a 92 lumina that did the SAME THING then a mechanic friend of ours pulled the sensor or whatever on the torque converter and it stopped.... now my question here is im pretty sure that is the sensor i pulled it out, and my car doesnt do the jumping around thing anymore, BUT is there any drawbacks to not having this plugged in? (p.s it looks like a 4 prong plug) thanks!
 

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The connector for the TCC is in that area. The TCC itself is inside the transmission.

The downside to unplugging the TCC is you will get lower gas mileage because the TCC doesn't lock up at highway speeds.

Brad
 
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