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Old 03-19-2008, 08:48 AM
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TC Lock Schematic

Ok, guys, tell me if you think this will work. I hope so because I spent about 3 hours figuring it out and drawing it up. This is for a 3-way switch, manual lock, manual unlock, and PCM controlled. The idea of this is to keep the OD light from flashing in both lock and unlocked positions.

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if it works, will it work on a 5r110?
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Old 03-19-2008, 09:10 AM
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if it works, will it work on a 5r110?
I don't think so, from what i've heard, if you try to manually lock a 5R110 it goes into limp mode. But there might be a way to do it on a 5R110.
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I don't think so, from what i've heard, if you try to manually lock a 5R110 it goes into limp mode. But there might be a way to do it on a 5R110.
i'll see what eric at innovative has to say. may not even need it. i will be getting my custom tunes in a few days for my new SCT. bye bye edge! lol
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is their a simplier way of doing that with just a few wires and a switch i dont care if the od light flashes as long as the trans works normal
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is their a simplier way of doing that with just a few wires and a switch i dont care if the od light flashes as long as the trans works normal
yep, there sure is. If you don't mind the OD light flash theres nothin too it. PM me if you want me to send you a schematic of that.
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Old 03-19-2008, 09:44 AM
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So does anyone know if the schematic i posted above will work?
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back to the top.
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don't know if anyone has done one like that ever...try PMing strokin_early_99 as i know he has a switch set up like that, i do not know if he has the relays and such to avoid the flashing light though..

thats gonna be a big box when you're done with it
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:54 PM
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don't know if anyone has done one like that ever...try PMing strokin_early_99 as i know he has a switch set up like that, i do not know if he has the relays and such to avoid the flashing light though..

thats gonna be a big box when you're done with it
do you think it'll work right though?
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