Sal I hope this will help you out I could not find anything with rattling in valve body.
Disconnect the battery ground cable. NOTE : When the battery has been disconnected or reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) relearns its adaptive strategy. The vehicle may need to be driven 16 km (10 miles) or more to relearn the strategy.
Raise vehicle on a hoist.
Drain transmission fluid.
Remove 14 pan retaining bolts, transmission pan and pan-to-case gasket. Clean and inspect pan to case gasket.
Remove pan magnet. Clean transmission pan and pan magnet.
Using both hands, remove filter by pulling downward. CAUTION: If installing a new filter, and grommet remains in the main control bore, carefully use a small screwdriver to remove the grommet. Use care not to damage the main control bore. NOTE: If transmission is being serviced for a contamination-related failure, use a new filter and grommet. The filter may be reused if no excessive contamination is present.
Grasp connector at each solenoid or sensor and pull straight out to disconnect. CAUTION: Do not pull on wires. This may damage wires or connector and could result in a transmission concern. If required, carefully pry up on locking tab and disconnect the connector.
Remove one bolt retaining manual control valve detent lever spring to the main control valve body.
Remove electronic pressure control (EPC) solenoid bracket retaining bolt. Remove bracket.
Remove remaining 24 valve body-to-case retaining bolts, the main control valve body and the valve-to-body gasket.