In this work, some numerical solutions of magnetohydrodynamic equations are investigated in the presence of radial and azimuthal components of magnetic field with the use of previously developed algorithm. In this algorithm, the thin shell approximation and a special separation of variables is used to obtain the radial and latitudinal variations of physical parameters in spherical coordinates. The solutions are obtained via this separation of variables in the components of momentum transfer equation. The analysis yields three important parameters which are the sphericity. density and radial components shape parameters in the latitudinal distributions of physical variables. The magnetic field profile, used here, produces comparable magnetic fluxes found in previous works. There is a considerable change in density with respect to reference model. Other physical parameters also reveal important physical results. It is as well shown that the spherical symmetric distributions of physical parameters are broken for the region of study. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.