604 Solenoid

Asked by Jan 10, 2013 at 06:41 AM about the 2002 Chrysler Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I would like to know what is a 604 solenoid pack do for these cars, what is it's purpose?

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The solenoid pack consists of some pressure switches that can trigger limp mode (when something in the A604's hydrolic system goes wrong) and 4 solenoids. A solenoid is a electronic coil which, when given voltage, will generate a magnetic field. This field "moves" a small plunger-shaped section of metal, which in return, allows fluid to go through the solenoid. The most common example found in cars is a fuel injector.

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thanks for letting me know what this part does for the car, I had to have it replaced because there was a dent on it. I was having trany fluid leakage.

That will do it allright

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