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Old 02-04-2007, 05:06 PM   #1
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Ok just a quick question before i put it in.




ummm Witch way do i turn it for Firmer



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I believe it'* counterclockwise for firmer, not sure.
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I thought it was clockwise for firmer. But put it in before adjusting it, drive it, and see where you want it to go from there.
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Old 02-04-2007, 05:21 PM   #4
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yeah after doing allot of searching i found a post on it...
There was like only one i found it in

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ator+clockwise
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Ok i replaced mine.

Its better now, i says its faster, firmer shifts then it was before i did my Pan drop that started it to not shift as nice.

you can feel it now and the RPMs drop way quicker now to the next gear






Just a FYI for if someone wants to know where it is and how to change it

In Pic #2 you can see the bolt on the top left, you remove that bolt that holds in the clip and then you twist and pull the old part out.
(makes sure you remove the Vac lines before you pull it out so you dont brake them)

next make sure the old O-Ring is out, then put in the new Modulator

Connect Vac lines and done

I turned mine 3 times Clockwise. it has more witch i may do after more driving.



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Nice pics, thanks!
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Nice

Get it in, you'll like it, do like 3 turns clockwise, see how u like it. then do more if need be. i did a total of 4 i think
i like it now
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Should I turn it counter-clockwise till it stops, then count 3 turns clockwise, or clockwise 3 turns right out the box?
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Should I turn it counter-clockwise till it stops, then count 3 turns clockwise, or clockwise 3 turns right out the box?
3 turns clockwise right out of the box, they all should be similar out of the box,
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