Jon Glatstein, Author at Transmission Digest
Why Didn’t I Think of That?

Once in a great while something comes along that makes you slap yourself on the forehead (ala Homer Simpson) and wonder why you didn’t think of that. The Teslite ( test lead is one of those items – a very simple tool that can find a bad connection or contact with a quick push of a button.

46RE/47RE: Power Circuit for Transmission-Control-Relay Coil

46RE and 47RE units (and some 42/44RE units after 1996) use an interesting method to energize the coil of the transmission-control relay. As we all know, the switch part of the transmission-control relay is what provides battery power to the solenoids when its coil is energized.

EEC-IV and EEC-V Systems – Odd Behavior

EEC-IV and EEC-V systems sometimes may exhibit odd behavior such as erratic shifting, OD or engine light blinking, nonsense or unrelated codes, with no apparent cause.