Everything You Need to Know

Everything You Need to Know

You already know about basic vehicle maintenance, like changing the oil, replacing the air filter, and rotating the tires. But car solenoids, such as starter solenoids and transmission solenoids, might sound alien. What are they? How will you know if they’re failing in your vehicle? And how much will you have to pay to replace them? Let’s take a look.

What are solenoids in cars? 

Everything You Need to Know
A mechanic installs a transmission solenoid pack in a 2004 Dodge Neon | Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Cars have different types of solenoids that perform various functions. They typically control the release of a fluid or gas into another mechanical part of your car. Some provide fuel savings by improving mileage, while others aid in increasing horsepower and torque in the engine. And sometimes, these parts can get gummed up with debris, causing issues.

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