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Old 05-28-2005, 12:51 AM   #61
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For the record gents, after my tranny cooler and TPS tweak I'm surge-free. The shuddering problem may be ignition, but if it'* long surges you're dealing with I'd take a look at the condition of your TC and TPS.
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I replaced a broken motor mount last weekend. 90% of my "tranny shudder" went away.
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