Yeah, I took everything out and it still won't shift. I think there is some kind of electrical device that switches electrical signals into hydraulic inside the valve body. I probably fried it. It is going in as soon as I can find time to get a trailer to get it the 45 miles to the tranny place.
It didn't throw any warning lights. After I did the install, I turned the key to make sure it made the od lite come on. It did so I turned the truck off and thought all was good. Later in the day I had to run to town and hopped in the truck and took off down the road only to find it wouldn't shift. It was snowing so I used the wifes car and decided to wait to look at the truck. The next day I checked to make sure I hooked the relay up exactly to the instructions and it was correct so I pulled it all out. I then again took it for a ride and still nothing. I looked every where on the truck for something else that might have been inadvertently unplugged an still nothing. I even checked the fluid, but I am stumped. As soon as I rewire the lights on the trailer I am borrowing(hopefully I don't screw that up too!lol)it is going back to the tranny shop that did my rebuild in November. I will not be telling them about the relay as it is still under waranty.
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