Re: [DML] Strange problem with coming to a stop
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Re: [DML] Strange problem with coming to a stop

The modulator is at the back of the trans. It adjusts how "hard" the 
shift is. If the vacuum line falls off, the trans will shift very 
hard all the time - not neck-snapping, but more aggressively than 
normal. It does not impact shift points (rpm), that is completely 
controlled by the governor. 

I'm guessing something more in the realm of a sticky idle motor. 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
> No, the modualtor is on the transmission.
> --- jordan rubin <nuttenschleuder@...> wrote:
> > should you be refering to the vac switch behind the
> > fuel injection,  its working correctly, this was one
> > of the first things looked at.
> >    
> >   Since im stuck in southern italy a few days I
> > brought the book and diagrams with me to see how to
> > approach this..
> >    
> >   more news will be posted as I troubleshoot
> >    
> >   

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