but the transmission will go longer without burning fluid, and the clutches will last longer because they're not holding the planetary gear set as long.
Like I said this *improves* reliability over stock, as the transmission clutches are not pushing the planetary gearset in and out as long, and the fluid doesn't build up as much heat.
I also doubt that if you adjust it to your liking (I doubt most people will drive with it all the way up because it does shift quickly and harder into gear) that any mount issues will arise. I honestly doubt any mount issues will come up to begin with if a car's mounts are in OK shape to begin with. (Not all ratty on the inside)
That being said, Apparantly Tony is telling us that if you adjust it too far it'll throw a CEL on the A541E transmission. I would suspect the same would be true for the nwer A750E 5 speed transmission.No GaviN. If they mounts are not broken to begin with this wont.
the yellow one, notice in the middle how there is a block from the screw next to the stopper and the other screw on the right, you said before if you tighten the screw to touch the stopper you have to tighten the bottom screw also, to match where you did the first one, but with that metal blocking wall in the way, how are you suppose to do it? im confused=p94_v6_camry said:Ok finally i got a chance this morning to take a pix of my car, where is the cable to adjust A/T for faster gear change for my Gen 3 Camry touring????
Anyway here the pix...i also marked 2 circles "yellow" and "blue" , which is the cable i need to adjust????