[DML] Re: Improved Automatic Transmission Computer
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[DML] Re: Improved Automatic Transmission Computer

There is no "improved" version of the shift computer. If the one in
your car is shifting properly the best thing to do is to keep your
hands off of it. There are some things you CAN do. Do all of the
external "on car" service checks. Check the fluid levels in the
transmission AND final drive. You can even change the fluids if you
feel the need. Check the cable adjustment to the shift computer. Make
sure the kick-down switch is properly adjusted and working. Check the
line pressure and make sure the vacuum modulator is hooked up and
there are no vacuum leaks. If the transmission is working right it
needs very little attention outside of regularly checking the fluid
level. You can also make sure the wiring harness to the shift computer
is securely fastened and away from the hot exhaust pipes.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757  

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Steve" <p2freak@xxxx> wrote:
> Group,
> I've just finished rebuilding the AC mode switch and tackling the next
> item on the work list.
> Is there an improved automatic transmission computer one can purchase
> or build?  The archives indicate some people have taken the computer
> out of the transmission housing and installed it in the engine bay. 

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