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ADJ vacuum Modulator?

Hey guys, I just purchased a new adjustable vacuum modulator for my TH350 and it did not come with any instructions. I would like the shifts to be later and a little more noticeable, which direction do I turn the screw?

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Hey guys, I just purchased a new adjustable vacuum modulator for my TH350 and it did not come with any instructions. I would like the shifts to be later and a little more noticeable, which direction do I turn the screw?
to makes the shifts firmer and later, it needs to be turned clockwise. go a couple full turns at a time till you get the shift feel and speed your after.
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to makes the shifts firmer and later, it needs to be turned clockwise. go a couple full turns at a time till you get the shift feel and speed your after.
Thanks for the speedy information tnsmith10.
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