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kev
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5/23/2004
21:04:03

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i heard someone on here saying that you could remove a wire in going to your pcm that would remove the torque management function and not set a code. any info on this?



Jeff W
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5/23/2004
22:37:31

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Here's the thread. And yes, it works.

http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/per/10429.html

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5/24/2004
00:03:08

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thanks for the info but, i'm screwed. i have an 01 r/t and apparently the mod doesn't work for me. if anyone knows the same trick for the 5.9 let me know. thanks again



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5/24/2004
14:43:21

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nope, this is a thing for the 4.7 and 5.7 crowd, the 3.9, 5.2 and 5.9s dont have the same pcm setup



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5/24/2004
15:02:20

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TORQUE MANAGEMENT IS FOR SUCKA CHUMPS



Jeff W
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5/24/2004
21:26:10

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^^^ That was very clever. Thanks for your contribution.

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5/24/2004
22:13:39

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it's also for chump suckahs, it goes both ways yo, G



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5/28/2004
17:24:02

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I spoke to FastMan today,while talking I asked him about the cutting of the wire and placing a switch... He said it was the only way to improve shifts as of now because no one made a shift kit for the 45RFE tranny. He also said it worked and does no damage to the Tranny in any way.. slipage causes heat heat kills Auto Tranny`s I plan on doing the mod soon.. I have to many irons in the fire right now.



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