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How do you fix the electronic lock-up torque convertor on a 95 Grand Am GT 4 speed automatic?


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2015-07-15 21:08:04
2015-07-15 21:08:04

I had a 92 Chevy Beretta, wich has pretty much the same transmission and same problems. After replacing the Lock out solinoid 3 times a friend of mine who is a mechanic let me in on a secret. Disconnect it. The wiring harness for it should be located on the front of the tranny. It will not affect the performance of the car, but may lower you gas milage by about a mile city/highway. If you need any other help, My name is Dominick and can be reached at Dombear74@gmail.com

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Lockup Solenoids refer to electronic gadgets in automatic transmissions that lock the torque converter in certain circumstances, such as at highway speeds.

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All fasteners have a torque spec suggested by the manufacturer. You will find that information in the shop manual for the vehicle.

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The torque convertor acts as an automatic clutch for the transmission. If you are replacing the transmission, I would recommend replacing the convertor too, especially if the trans fluid is burnt or contaminated. If you have a manual transmission, run, there is no torque convertor :)

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this usually indicates an internal transmission problem, but possibly only the torque convertor, or torque convertor lockup solonoid, also, you want to check to make sure all of the motor & transmission mounts are good.

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The "lockup torque converter" could be engaging too soon. Take it to a transmission shop to have it diagnosed.


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