I actually have a 92 Buick Roadmaster, but I'm hoping one of you all can be kind enough to assist me. I have the world famous TH-700r4 tranny and I had my Torque Converter changed. After the swap, I noticed that my car was extremly sluggish and had a shutter that was out of this world. If I pressed the gas too hard, I would smell burning. The car never went above 2000 rpms no matter how hard you pushed the gas. I drove it like that for a month and a half and last weekend discovered that my throttle valve cable was disconnected.. Now while on the highway she shifts like a champion until 70mph in overdrive (I have manual overdrive). When I get there she doesn't go above 2,oooRPMs and stays put no matter how much gas I tap. Now I have a 200 mile trip this weekend to see someone very important to me. Should I or should I not. From what I hear, my 3-4 clutches are close to going bye-bye.