[Diy_efi] Source for inexpensive fuel/oil pressure sensors?
efi at dyakron.com
Fri Dec 29 16:17:56 CST 2006
David, do you know if the same controller could be used with a 4L60E?
That sounds alot less expensive than the aftermarket controlllers.
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From: "David Allen" <davida1 at hiwaay.net>
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Sent: Friday, December 29, 2006 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Diy_efi] Source for inexpensive fuel/oil pressure sensors?
> I know nothing of the Chrysler transmission; however Delco makes a
> stand-alone transmission controler with LOTS of parameters. It's
> the16128420 transmission ECM. Natively used to control a 4L80E in diesel
> trucks which have no engine ECM. I think it may be limited to 4-speeds (or
> less) with TCC clutch.
> It is OEM hardware (read-well built) and is supported by TunerCAT and
> uses a socketed EPROM and can be real-time tuned with an emulator. Also
> diagnostics supported by many scan tools including EASE and Snap-On.
> No idea what sort of interface adapter hardware would need to be created
> to allow it to work with a non-native tranny. I'm fixing to jump in
> head-first and setup a stand-alone 4T65E based on it. Will be fun!
>> Is that trans the front drive transaxle for the Concord ? That transaxle
>> the most compact I've seen and wondered could you run it with just a
>> module or does it run from the car
>> PCM ?
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