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phantom2216
06-09-2007, 09:55 AM
I just got a new tranny and stall put in, and my car refuses to make the 2-3 shift, and I a fairly certain its just a tuning issue. Does anyone know of a place near UCF that could adjust my shift points? The closer to UCF the better.
Thanks

92slowmaro
06-09-2007, 04:27 PM
aftermarket built tranny? if it was built by reputable company and its not a mechanical problem then yes you are in need of a tune. but it should go into all gears just fine...

phantom2216
06-09-2007, 08:36 PM
i also got a yank 3200 stall. I got the tranny from performabuilt, and he had me pull the plug out of the trans (which apparently forces the tranny into 3rd) so i have manual first gear and third. If anyone has any other ideas let me know but i think i just need a tune. like i said anyplace close to UCF would be great.

performabuilt
06-09-2007, 09:19 PM
i also got a yank 3200 stall. I got the tranny from performabuilt, and he had me pull the plug out of the trans (which apparently forces the tranny into 3rd) so i have manual first gear and third. If anyone has any other ideas let me know but i think i just need a tune. like i said anyplace close to UCF would be great.

Yes pulling the plug equates turning off both shift solenoids and this will cause 3rd gear meaning if the solenoids are turned off by the PCM then it can shift to 3rd, So aparently that comand is not happening , I had him do that to 1 test if 3rd was possible and 2 so he could use manual 1 and 3rd to drive it somewhere to have the tuning looked at which unfortunatly if I remember correctly may be and issue too do since he has a 94 car obd1.

phantom2216
06-09-2007, 09:45 PM
Damn...I didnt think of me having OBDI being an issue. Bad news is i need to have the car up and running by wed at the latest.

performabuilt
06-09-2007, 09:51 PM
Yes is a completely different system and not many tuners will have what you need for it, I know alot of people send them out to PCMs4less , You might try contacting them monday and give them all your specs and they may be able to send you a chip in lew of exchange for your old one. Unfortunatly tuning of the older cars is not so simple :(

phantom2216
06-10-2007, 06:45 PM
Anyone? I need this tune bad. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks