What does a transmission modulator valve do?

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A transmission modulator valve's function is to determine how much load will be on the engine in order to ensure that the transmission will be able to properly shift gears.
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In order to determine if whether transmission should shift, the modulator valve measures the load of the engine's vacuum. Engine load is the measurement of how hard an engine works
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on the passenger side of the transmission about 2/3 thirds of the way back it will have a vaccume line hooked to it !
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It is located on the transmission with a vaccume line going to it. There is a clamp with a bolt that holds it to the transmission. It is an easy fix.
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In order to determine if whether transmission should shift, the modulator valve measures the load of the engine's vacuum. Engine load is the measurement of how ...
In order to determine if whether transmission should shift, the modulator valve measures the load of the engine's vacuum. Engine load is the measurement of how ...
In order to determine if whether transmission should shift, the modulator valve measures the load of the engine's vacuum. Engine load is the measurement of how ...
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