Sherlock9c1 said:At 327F this sensor grounds its input wire, telling the PCM that the transmission is hot. Disconnecting the sensor merely keeps the PCM from ever getting that signal.
i did exactly that,used line off a car without the switch to replace the line with the switch that was leaking all over the place,fit like it was made for it (it was)clamps worked and everything,much better set up, tie the plug up where it's out of the way and your good to goHas anyone tried replacing the line with the switch with one from a L99 car which does not have the switch? I have one of each sitting here and it looks like I could do that but the bends on the trans end on the L99 line seems to be a little bit different then the line with the switch? Anyone know if it would work and what I need to do to make the missing switch not throw a code?
well seemed to have worked. Shifts earlier in almost every gear I kind of think. But definately 4th gear is way earlier.wow this may fix my problem. I was about to start a post but this may be it.
Ive noticed in the past few months my fleetwood doesnt shift into 4th until about 51-53mph. On a recent replacement of the FPR to try to fix my gas mileage woes I noticed afterwards it was shifting at 45mph which seems more normal. But now its back to 51mph just a couple weeks later. Late shifting doesnt help gas mileage either...
So just unplug this sensor and all will be ok?