2002+ Ford Explorer Sport Trac Mountaineer 4.0L/4.6L Solenoid Block Pack Updated 5R55S 5R55W Generic


SKU: C180-A241-A~001

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1: According to the original factory specifications,perfect match for the original car.
2: Own different test machines to design exact accurate parameter for our products.All items were tested for performance.
3: Made by high quality material, lightweight, anti-rust, colorfast and durable.
4: Aftermarket product with premium quality.
5: Stable performance, high reliability,suitable for replacing your broken one.

Condition: Remanufactured
Material: Metal
Color: show as pictures
Manufacturer Part Number:9L2Z-7G234-AA
Interchange Part Number:5R55S,5R55W
Other Part Number:58879WD/ D46420B/ 4L2Z-7G234-AA
Type: Shift Solenoid
Fitment Type:Direct Replacement

For Aviator 4.6L , 2003 to 2006
For Explorer 4.0L / 4.6L , 02 Up
For Sport Trac 4.0L / 4.6L , 02 Up
For Mountaineer 4.0L / 4.6L , 02 Up
For Everest 3.0L , 2004 to 2010
For Falcon FG 4.0L / 5.4L , 2008 to 2010
For Mustang 4.0 / 4.6L , 2005 to 2010
For Lincoln LS 3.0L / 3.9L , 2003 to 2006

Package Include:
1x Solenoid Block

Shipping Information:
Delivery Time: 3-7 business days.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
Roger Marple

This master solenoid kit has enhanced the overall drivability and durability of my GM vehicle, providing a cost-effective solution for transmission maintenance.

Andy Moldowan

The quality of the components is excellent, ensuring smooth and reliable shifts. The kit arrived quickly and was well-packaged. Customer service was also top-notch, addressing all my questions promptly.

Alfie Ede

Direct replacement, simple install and works great.

Nguyen Hai

My car was experiencing some serious transmission issues, slipping gears, rough shifts, you name it. But now my car is shifting smoother than ever.

Nguyen Hai

My car was experiencing some shifting problems, and after a diagnostic test, the mechanic recommended replacing the solenoids. The installation was a bit tricky, but with the help of a friend and some YouTube tutorials, we managed to get it done. Now no more clunky shifts or erratic behavior, just reliable performance every time I drive.