[DML] Re: Automatic Transmission Question
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[DML] Re: Automatic Transmission Question



1 - Yes, Assuming the governor still works, which on a barnyard car is about a 50-50 shot. 


2 - It will shift too early if just left disconnected. If you wire the arm on the governor more to the center of it's range, the shifting will seem more normal. This is essentially a throttle position sensor and sets the shift poing appropriate to where the throttle is at the time. Later shifts under acceleration, but holds the high gear longer on deceleration. 


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@...> wrote:
>
>> 1) Will the transmission shift gears without this cable (owner is fairly itching to test drive the car as soon as he has brakes,  possibly before a replacement cable has been run)
> 2) If the transmission will in fact shift gears without the cable, should he expect the shift points to be too high or too low?
> 
> Bill Robertson
> #5939
>




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