Hi. I need some help here. I stumbled upon your information and realized I need to make this mod....
Finally, if you're putting a '95 or '96 transmission in a '94 vehicle, the '94 electrical system doesn't have provisions to control the PWM solenoid and so you will have no lockup at all if you leave it as-is.
1. Leave PWM solenoid INSTALLED - very important.
2. On the valve directly to the right of the PWM solenoid – push that valve all the way towards the outside of the valvebody. That is to the left in all the pictures here. I used a small pick on the spring to force the valve out.
3. Then, hold the valve in position and stake it into place on both sides. I've shown one side but both sides of the same valve should be staked to guarrantee it doesn't move under pressure.
That’ll lock down your PWM function and it’ll function like a regular lockup. No PCM reprogramming required.
Thanks. Good to know. I may need him on this.Roger, most of those guys don't come on here much anymore....we've kind of moved over to facebook. But, we've got a really, really good 4l60e guy right here in town...JD over at Ernst Automotive on S Bell Street is really smart and won't mind helping. He's built several for me and a lot of the other racers in the area.