Most cars today have automotive transmissions that use pressurized hydraulic fluid to change gears. The most crucial part of automotive transmissions is the solenoid. The solenoid acts as a valve that controls the hydraulic fluid flow, enabling the car to change gears smoothly. The solenoids control the flow following the electric signals sent from the car’s computer.
This article will look at the cost and time it takes to replace a solenoid, its location, and what causes it to wear down. We’ll also explore ways to prevent the solenoid from wearing down in the first place.