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Manual Lockup

Can you just jump the solonoid on the E40D or do you need the manual lockup box? Any help PLEASE!!!!!
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Manual Lockup

I posted this in the 99-03 by accident.... Can you just jump the solonoid on the E40D trans or do you have to buy a manual lockup box? My truck is a 96..... THanks for advice?
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Read through this. It has the info for the TC lockup within it. You can wire it up with the brake or just as a T/C switch.

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I want it on a switch
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You can make a circuit yourself if you use a diode to keep the power from your lockup switch from running back to the PCM. I'm not sure what wire controls the TC, but that's it.

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Homemade exhaust brake

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I am not lookin for exhaust brake...I am looking to manually lockup the tc when I am under a load. Thanks though.....that was a great post.
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reread my first post. The info you want is in there. Use the tc stuff and leave the brake stuff out. You have to do some work on your own sometimes and this is one of those times. It will tell you what wire to ground to lock the TC.

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tien fo.....appreciate it.
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