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Sometimes the lock in converter does not work right...then when i come to a complete stop and go again it it will work (sometimes)

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You can try replacing lock out converter soliniod first ,thats the cheapest way first, if that doesnt work then you may need a converter, try that first good luck.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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That is normal...why do you insist that there is something wrong.

That is how a lock up convertor works.....they will not lock up at all times only when the computer feels it needs too.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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