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Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 4:40 pm 
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Well, its an input to detect when air con is on so it can change shift patterns to suit (probably change up later then normal to stop it bogging down when the air con is on), so it probably just picks up the same positive signal sent to the air con clutch..
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Posted: Fri Apr 11, 2008 6:39 pm 
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Wire should go to the A/C Line that goes to the clutch.

It tells the transmission controller to hold off /delay on 3-4 shifts if the A/C is on.
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Posted: Sun Apr 27, 2008 10:10 am 
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Hey guys,

Having abit of drama now. Only shifting upto 2nd or 3rd gear now. Hopefully its just to do with the TPS. going to put the tandem tps tommoro...funny how it was working fine then stopped all of a sudden...

 

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Posted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:06 pm 
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Dramas! put the tandem tps no change... the power light is flashing though...what does that mean?

HELP!

 

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Posted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 11:19 pm 
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anyone?

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 11:43 pm 
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ok. all it was was the diagnostic wire going touching earth! changes to all gears now although it seems to be holding the gears a lil to long and wont go into over drive until about 90 clicks! what the hell? are both tps's in tandem the same?

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 11:52 pm 
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does sound like the tps needs adjusting....measure with the multimeter

 

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Posted: Thu May 01, 2008 10:41 pm 
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can the tps be adjusted?1

 

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Posted: Fri May 02, 2008 11:09 pm 
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yeah they, undo the screw and turn it back/forward....there is only limited movement tho

 

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Posted: Fri May 12, 2017 11:39 pm 
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So wait a moment 3.9L EA with a BTR is possible

meaning a AU engine into a 3 speed EA is no problems?

As i know the T5 guys have issues with the fly wheel bolt pattern is it ?
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Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 8:39 am 
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barraea wrote:
So wait a moment 3.9L EA with a BTR is possible

meaning a AU engine into a 3 speed EA is no problems?

As i know the T5 guys have issues with the fly wheel bolt pattern is it ?



goood mine :lol:

yes it's possible & yes no probs with the AU. i do know that the EA-EL bellhousing lower bolts don't match the AU sump. not sure on the crank bolts but early flywheels were 3 bolts for the clutch & later were 6 bolts.
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Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 2:58 pm 
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Mad2 wrote:
barraea wrote:
So wait a moment 3.9L EA with a BTR is possible

meaning a AU engine into a 3 speed EA is no problems?

As i know the T5 guys have issues with the fly wheel bolt pattern is it ?



goood mine :lol:

yes it's possible & yes no probs with the AU. i do know that the EA-EL bellhousing lower bolts don't match the AU sump. not sure on the crank bolts but early flywheels were 3 bolts for the clutch & later were 6 bolts.


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No issue's with the bottom bell housing bolts as they don't hold too much have had AU in EF for years with them missing and the govt appointed service centre for RWC said the EXACT same thing i said at the same time and passed it

Have got a BA bell housing but doubt it will go onto the 3speed

But this flywheel with 3 bolts and 6 bolts is this a manual issue only ?
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Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 3:29 pm 
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barraea wrote:
Mad2 wrote:
barraea wrote:
So wait a moment 3.9L EA with a BTR is possible

meaning a AU engine into a 3 speed EA is no problems?

As i know the T5 guys have issues with the fly wheel bolt pattern is it ?



goood mine :lol:

yes it's possible & yes no probs with the AU. i do know that the EA-EL bellhousing lower bolts don't match the AU sump. not sure on the crank bolts but early flywheels were 3 bolts for the clutch & later were 6 bolts.


Cool

No issue's with the bottom bell housing bolts as they don't hold too much have had AU in EF for years with them missing and the govt appointed service centre for RWC said the EXACT same thing i said at the same time and passed it

Have got a BA bell housing but doubt it will go onto the 3speed

believe it won't .... but not expert on this

But this flywheel with 3 bolts and 6 bolts is this a manual issue only ?

yes. early 'E' series manuals had a 3 bolt clutch/pressure plate mount [where it bolts to flywheel] where as the later manuals [not sure when they changed] used 6 bolts
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Posted: Sat May 13, 2017 6:02 pm 
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Mad2 wrote:
barraea wrote:
Mad2 wrote:
barraea wrote:
So wait a moment 3.9L EA with a BTR is possible

meaning a AU engine into a 3 speed EA is no problems?

As i know the T5 guys have issues with the fly wheel bolt pattern is it ?



goood mine :lol:

yes it's possible & yes no probs with the AU. i do know that the EA-EL bellhousing lower bolts don't match the AU sump. not sure on the crank bolts but early flywheels were 3 bolts for the clutch & later were 6 bolts.


Cool

No issue's with the bottom bell housing bolts as they don't hold too much have had AU in EF for years with them missing and the govt appointed service centre for RWC said the EXACT same thing i said at the same time and passed it

Have got a BA bell housing but doubt it will go onto the 3speed

believe it won't .... but not expert on this

But this flywheel with 3 bolts and 6 bolts is this a manual issue only ?

yes. early 'E' series manuals had a 3 bolt clutch/pressure plate mount [where it bolts to flywheel] where as the later manuals [not sure when they changed] used 6 bolts



So pretty much its safe to order a EF-EL or even AU Engine as the fly wheel issue shall be fine

Only major thing would be AU engine bell housing pattern but no big deal
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Posted: Sun May 14, 2017 9:41 pm 
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barraea wrote:

So pretty much its safe to order a EF-EL or even AU Engine as the fly wheel issue shall be fine

Only major thing would be AU engine bell housing pattern but no big deal



i'll try to check tomorrow with the EA flywheel & AU engine .... if i remeber & find the EA flywheel :lol: :lol: :roll:
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