[DML] Re: Further help on Tranny Governor
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[DML] Re: Further help on Tranny Governor

I agree with Dave T.  that it might be some intermittent short.   It may be 
tough to find but in the mean time I suggest moving the governor  circuit to a 
small plastic box inside the engine compartment. (Got mine at  Radio Shack.) 
You don't want to be getting under the car and removing that  many times.
I moved mine to the drivers side of the engine compartment and I'm very  
happy with the results.  I used two conductor wire with a shield, also from  RS,  
to extend the wires from the "alternator" signal source that obviously  needs 
to stay inside the tranny.  I also ended up replacing the brittle  ribbon 
cable that connects the two circuit boards with some thin stranded  wires.  That 
way the two boards are easily mounted away from each other in  the new box.  
Usually that ribbon cable breaks when you go in and "play "  with the boards.
When you move the circuit you may be able to get a better look to see  if the 
wiring harness is damaged as well.
Let me know if you need any further advice.
Dave Delman
D² & 6530

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