Question about 1992 Chevrolet Lumina APV
ITS THE TCC SOLENOID. WHEN YOU DRIVE ABOUT 30 OR 35 MILES AN HOUR.TORQUE WILL LOCK UP.WHEN YOU COME TO A STOP. WHEN YOU APPLY BRAKES THE BRAKE SWITCH WILL CAUSE THE TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH TO DISENGAGED.IF NOT YOUR CAR WILL STALL OUT.YOU CAN TAKE A SCANNER.SAFELY RAISE FRONT WHEELS OFF GROUND BLOCK BACK WHEELS.PUT ENGINE IN DRIVE WATCH SCANNER FOR TCC CONVERTER TO LOCK UP AND UNLOCK.IF IT REMAIN LOCKUP WHEN YOU APPLY BRAKES ITS THE TCC SOLENOID.TRY THIS TRICK UNPLUG THE TCC CONNECTOR.DRIVE THE CAR.A SHORT TRIP IF IT DONT STALL OUT ITS THE TCC SOLENOID.IF IT STILL STALL OUT WITH TCC CONNECTOR UNPLUG YOUR TORQUE CONVERTER HAS INTERNAL DAMAGE.DONT CONTINUING DRIVING CAR WITH TCC UNPLUG.YOU WILL DAMAGE TRANSMISSION.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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