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does the TPS have any thing to do with the shiftting

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does the TPS have any thing to do with the shiftting
I would think it does since the 4L60E is computer controlled and doesn't use a TV/ThrottleValve cable like the 700R4/4L60.
TPS, computer & governor should control shift timing & line pressure, shift firmness etc..
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does the TPS have any thing to do with the shiftting
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the on board computer in the vehicle receives many signals from sensors for this purpose.
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the on board computer in the vehicle receives many signals from sensors for this purpose.

as long as you take off normal it shifts an drives fine but the more gas you give it it wants to hold back or if you try to hit passing gear it holds back
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