[DML] Re: Auto Trans Computer Test?
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[DML] Re: Auto Trans Computer Test?

Plug it into the car, hook up the test lights, and spin it up with a 
3/8" electric drill. 1-2 is about 1/4 speed, 2-3 is about 2/3 speed 
at least on my non-calibrated drill. Not very scientific but close 
enough for 25-year-old analog electronics. Be sure to tap on it - 
biggest problem I've had is that even though it's fixed there are 
imperceptible cracks and other bad joints on the circuit boards. 

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jake Kamphoefner" <jakekamp@xxxx> 
> Has anyone come up with a way to test auto trans governors while 
they're off the car?
> I'm working on a club member's car and we traced one issue from his 
auto trans to a dirty connection under the coil cover.  Another issue 
is apparently being caused by the governor and I'd like to make sure 
the one I rebuilt for him is working before we go through the trouble 
of putting it on....
> I've got the test lights already thanks to another owner here in 
beautiful southern Illinois, but that only helps me test the one 
that's on the car.  :-)
> Jake Kamphoefner
> 1063
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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