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Old 04-13-2005, 09:15 PM   #101
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Wait for the tranny from Nate....

Its too much work to keep on taking the trans out... If I were to replace the torque converter and the trans still had issues I would have to set the F***** on fire( well not really, but I would cuss up a storm and just quit on it for a while untill I had another trans and was ready to deal with it again).... Get the trans from Nate, if its known good you may be good for a long while...

Thats just my opinion... Then you'll have a trans that can be disected or rebuilt..

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Old 04-13-2005, 09:21 PM   #102
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i know thats the best plan... but the wait is killing me!!!

those burnouts felt SOOOOOOOOOO good...

and if i can wait... then yes, i do have a spare tranny laying around, that cant easily be fixed....for free...

even more reasons to kick the **** out of my car
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Old 04-13-2005, 09:24 PM   #103
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Good job....Ever hook up a temp gauge to your trans to see the temp it'* running?


I'm still waiting to find out whats going on with this car.....I wa supposed to find out last night, not a word....Try getting a hold of the person today...shut his phone off....This isn't looking good at all.....I'm about to drive to Eagan and monkey stomp this guys ***.
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Good job....Ever hook up a temp gauge to your trans to see the temp it'* running?


I'm still waiting to find out whats going on with this car.....I wa supposed to find out last night, not a word....Try getting a hold of the person today...shut his phone off....This isn't looking good at all.....I'm about to drive to Eagan and monkey stomp this guys A$$.
when we had gordys scanner on it.....it was about 215 i think....but that was before the kick of the run...

gordy, can you go back to the data and see what the final temp was after the small run?
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I believe for the 94 models you may be able to monitor the tranny temp with a scantool.. I do it with my 95... This is how I knew it was getting hotter than I liked...lol

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215* is really warm for a trans......Maybe look into an aftermarket cooler.....When I've looked I don't think I've ever seen my trans temp go much over 170* or so?
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what shoud it be running after a few good WOT runs?

tranny gauge and volt meter in pillar pod are next mods
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215* is really warm for a trans......Maybe look into an aftermarket cooler.....When I've looked I don't think I've ever seen my trans temp go much over 170* or so?
I was doing 230 at times....

The cooler seems to keep me at about 180F on a hot day

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hey guys I have a '94 N/A and I'm getting quad driver module faults too, the catch is, mine is blowing fuses in the pass side fuse box, its a 15amp and its marked cruise/misc eng when that fuse blows all he** breaks loose, it might benifit you to check that as well as to why I keep blowing the fuse that remains a mystery...I'm thinking about trying a junk yard pcm to see if that is the cause, I looked at the cheesy wireing diagram in the haynes repair manual and it appears that the evap purge, o2 sensor,cruise control, boost solenoid, and egr are all on the same circuit. hope this helps
and oh yeah you can view the trans temp in the 94 with the data stream on the scan tool
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Andrew....Does your tranny glow at night? That'* smoking hot. When I had the scan tool I WOT'd alot and it was warm out. I ran up and down the highway all day doing errands and things. Never really got over 170-185
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