[DML] Re: Situation with auto transmission computer
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[DML] Re: Situation with auto transmission computer

I will do that. I'm planning to take a dremel tool to it tonight or
tomorrow. Besides the throttle position sensor on the unit (thanks
David T. for correcting me) not changing resistance, there are three
solder pads on the unit. i can only meter voltage between the center
ground pad and the bottom pad. I cannot meter anything off of the
other "phase" so the unit definitely has problems stemming back to the
previous owner. 

The bummer is, that in the interest of delivering the car I
refurbished for our family friend back to him last fall, I gave him my
good "alternator" and I am stuck with this bad one and my own car un
drivable. Thankfully, the damage to this unit did not seem to hurt the
transmission in his car. It's been driving and shifting fine with his
computer, solenoids, and my trans "alternator" I guess I shoulda
charged him for a new one from the vendors. Oh well. lesson learned. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Delman" <doctorDHD@...> wrote:
> If you ever do open up the "alternator" please take lots of picture
and share them...
> Thank you,
> Dave Delman
> electricdelorean.com

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