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Old 10-19-2012, 11:46 AM
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Originally Posted by TransEngineer View Post
Yes, the computer IS holding back your torque. We have two different stall torque limits (which limit the engine torque in 1st gear): one for when the brakes are applied, and one for when the brakes are released. So there will be a difference depending on whether your brakes are applied or not.
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The stall torque limits are part of the trans calibration, so the only way to "fix" it is to change the calibration. Unfortunately, emissions regulations prevent us (or your dealer) from changing the production calibration in a single vehicle (unless we release an updated calibration that's generally offered to all owners of that particular vehicle configuration). Since revising your cal would force us to re-certify the vehicles (for emissions compliance), and would adversely affect durability, this is not going to happen. Sorry....
Well that's a bummer, well in your expertise, do you know of any other way to adjust these calibrations? With either some type of aftermarket solution or something that I could do myself?
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