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A340 Auto Transmission Shift Solenoid Kit
A340 Auto Transmission Shift Solenoid Kit


 
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Our Price: $129.00
Part Number: A340 Transmission Shift Solenoid Kit

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Product Code: DM3582
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A340 Auto Transmission Shift Solenoid Kit
If you have an automatic transmission that came with a 7M, 1JZ, or 2JZ, and it starts shifting improperly, the most common cause is the #1 or #2 shift solenoid going bad. These two solenoids together shift the transmission to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gear. When you take the car to a transmission shop they might say it needs a whole rebuild, when often it is just the shift solenoids failing. It typically begins with a random mis-shift, when you come to a stop it will stay in 2nd and not downshift to 1st, or when you take off it will not upshift to 2nd. If you can manually shift the transmission and it goes into the correct gear, but doesn't automatically shift like it should, it is probably because of one of these solenoids. When it's a mechanical issue, you would more likely hear noise/grinding, or it would be slipping at full throttle, not go into any gear, and/or the fluid would usually smell burned and turn a dark color.

This kit fits the A340, and A340E with and without line pressure cable. This kit does not include the Lock-Up solenoid or Overdrive solenoid, those usually don't need to be replaced since they rarely fail.

Kit includes:
*#1 Shift Solenoid
*#2 Shift Solenoid
*Universal Bracket Set

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Good kit, doesn't work for the JZS161 A340e May 31, 2021
Reviewer: David Atchison from Maple Ridge, BC Canada  
Have a G2 '97 JZS161 Aristo and bought this kit.  The JZS161 Aristo has 4 solenoids, so I ordered this kit and ended up buying 2 more solenoids because my TCC solenoid was sticking (couldn't figure out which solenoid did what so I replaced them all).  This kit had so many parts I was able to modify the brackets to fit and use the supplied solenoids which are about 2x the size of the stock solenoids.  They still work the same, have the same connector and have the same input diameter.  Bigger is better, right?  So far, so good.  Thanks DM!

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