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This is a repost of the diagrams of my previous thread which were somehow deleted 94 - 95 TC LOCKUP Originally Posted by TST Products Install ground wire from the pin 54 orange wire with black stripe to a switch or relay such that the ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-23-2011, 09:56 AM
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94 - 95 TC LOCKUP

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Install ground wire from the pin 54 orange wire with black stripe to a switch or relay such that the ground source can be turned on and off. The pin 54 orange wire with black stripe is located in computer connector located on the firewall behind the air cleaner.
http://www.tstproducts.com/Torque Converter Lockup Switch.pdf

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a 94 is the 3pin 47rh tranny and its easy pizzy compared to the 47re, on the rh you have a three pin connector on the tranns, the middle is 12v power in, the two on either side control lock-up and od, you could put switches on both-mine has a switch for each and i love it, the tranny will only lock in 3rd and od with a stock vb, you can put it in lock up at 25-30mph and it will bump u up to 3rd and lock-up right away-this bogs down some motors, i find my truck is faster be rapping 2nd out and then hitting lock-up


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They were not deleted, but move to an archive. They will be posted soon into the Tech article section.

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thxs i was wondering what was up
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Hey guys! whats the risk of running a lock up switch?
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Hey guys! whats the risk of running a lock up switch?
None. Just remember to unlock it when slowing down or you will stall (since once locked in... will not come out of overdrive until unlocked).
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Hey i was just wondering if i install a lock up switch with it off would it still lock up like normal or no? thanks for your help!
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Sure will.
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Awesome! Thanks for yuor Help!
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Will it still upshift, or do you have to already be in the gear you intend to stay in when you switch it on?

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yes it will up shift

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