Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: New York
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In my truck's case I have found that there is a direct correlation between the shifting, throttle position, and programmer placement.
Example: If I turn my programmers torque level all the way up then the programmer fuels the truck heavily with very little throttle.... So I find that the transmission reacts by THINKING it can shift, but in all reality it can't quite hold it with such low TV cable pressure.
HOW I FIXED MINE: I run my edge programmer on the lowest setting for throttle response and torque... Therefore to get the truck rolling you must put your foot further into the FUEL PEDAL (increasing line pressure in the transmission)... This stops the early shift and when it finaly does shift into the next gear it stays there.
Try it and let me know what you think... I run my edge juice with attitude on level 3 with the low end responsiveness on the very lowest setting and the tranny loves it!
2001 QC 4x2 47re 3.54, Edge Juice Hot, Airdog, Traction bars, Heavy Transmission mods, ported and oringed head, ARP studs, phatshaft 62,14... Big stick Colt stage 3, Mach 4's. 17" Gen 3 Chrome rims, BD rad,
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