Transmission Control Wiring

Transmission Control Wiring



Number of Outputs - This setting is only required for some Transmission Types. It is greyed out when the ECU can determine the number of outputs from the Transmission Type and/or the Number of Gears (e.g. GM 4L60 uses 2 gear select solenoids). The ECU ignores the setting if it is grey. If the setting is editable (not grey), then you must set it appropriately for the Transmission Type. See the page for your specific Transmission Type in Supported Transmissions for details.

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