With the auto tranny you will need another switch to lock up (ground) the torque converter, when you use the exhaust brake :thumbsup:I did this yesterday, on mine the greenish colored wire was the hot. I found a wire on the glow plug relay that was hot with the key on only and tied into it, ran a switch to the dash and now I have instant exhaust brake.
Good point, forgot about that since I'm running a stick.With the auto tranny you will need another switch to lock up (ground) the torque converter, when you use the exhaust brake :thumbsup:
Purple wire with yellow tracer. You can use this one underhood:Which wire is it to lock up the torque converter
I know it is the ground but what Color wier is it ??
I have this in my book, courtesy from BLUEMULE :read:: It's the connector under brake booster, one closest to fire wall. Note: wires ports are numbered left to right, top to bottom . If you can get close enough, the purple wire with the YELLOW tracer is in slot # nine, it is stamped on the black housing. this is the wire that the pcm goes to ground when calling for TC lock... this connector feeds the wire harness that goes to the passengers side of tranny. Be careful there are three purple wires with slightly different tracer colors, on our obs trucks use the one with the yellow tracer.Where is that plug located at ?