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Unread 04-14-2011, 09:40 AM   #1
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valve body questions, please help in middle of job

Hey guys I am in the middle of changing the OD, TCC solenoids and have never done this before. It seems I have to pull the valve body off to change the wring harness. I am also in the middle of the job. How do I go about this? I see the bolts holding it in but when I pull it down what should I expect? Are little check valves going to fall out? Will there be gaskets to worry about? Can I just pull it down and put it right back without much trouble? I just need to get the wiring harness clipped in place.... Please help. thanks

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Oh and its a 97 ZJ 42re AWD 4.0
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