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Can I Make A Homemade Torque Converter Lock Up Switch For My 1994?? And How?
I got a 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 12Valve 4x4. I got a automatic transmisson and been wondering about this torque converter lock up switch. My buddy had a homemade one on his 1995 and it came in handy. So i was wondering if you can do a homemade torque converter lock-up switch to my 1994, and if so how do I make and install it??
I'd Really appreciate your input guys
1994 2500 Dodge Ram 2500 RCLB TOY "Billet Steel With Sex Appeal" Big thanks to Preble Diesel Performance, Hamilton Performance, Goerend, ETC..
With your 47re tranny Joe G. you need to remove the transmission control relay and instal a jumper wire between two of the termianls. I can check and see which ones I had, but I have heard that on some of the 96-97re's you need to have the pcm re-flashed. I was fortunate enough not to have that done. And you will know when the tranny goes limp. My friends did and it seemed to take off and stay in second only.
1996 2500 4x4, Externally Gated HX35+HT60,#100, 3000 GSK, 18*, DDP 191's,5x.014's, Modified AFC,5" Hood Stack, Home Made Traction Bars,Autometer Ultra Lite II Gauges,Auto to Manual,Valair 12 1/4" 3800# Ceramic, 3.54:1 Gears.
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