When my engine iscold it takes forever for the converter to finally lok up
TCC locks at high speeds. where is yours failing, how fast.?
so at what speed, do you expect TCC lockup.?
unless you have tranny slip.. a whole other problem in any gear.
this old tranny has, pure mechanical ops. no TCM here.
most old tranny have the foolwing inputs.
1: driver right foot called the TV cable or detent or passing gear cable.
it can stick and cause late shifting
2: Tail shaft speed, this is the tail speed governor that shifts by speed.
3: the load vacuum modulator that shifts by engine load (vacuum)
4:gear lever positions PRNDL.
the 5th input is the TCC relay that the ECU controls
the ECU activates it under inputs of RPM and MPH (VSS1)
so if the relay closes at the right speed, then the ECU and relay
are working, if the TCC lock up is delayed, then the TCC internal
solenoid is bad, leaks or the acutal lockup is bad or pump pressure
is too low, or any leaks from the solenoid to the locker slave.
Feb 03, 2014 |
1987 Acura Legend