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    Iím not aware of a ďturboĒ version of the RE4R03A...

    Iím not aware of a ďturboĒ version of the RE4R03A trans for a TD42T. A stock TD42T is not a particularly powerful engine.
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    I have a TB45E trans with the ribbed bell housing...

    I have a TB45E trans with the ribbed bell housing behind a Ď96 factory turbo engine. Iím using the original TD42T flex plate with the standard TB45E torque converter.
    This is in a GU so I donít know...
  3. Just noticed you need for high mount..

    Just noticed you need for high mount..
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    If your current vehicle is 12v, you'll need to...

    If your current vehicle is 12v, you'll need to swap out the 24v solenoids. That means removing the valve body.
    Not a difficult job, especially with the trans out, but does require a bit of...
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    Might have been done because of a bad temp sensor...

    Might have been done because of a bad temp sensor not allowing lockup.
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    Looks like someone has bridged the black & white...

    Looks like someone has bridged the black & white temp sensor wires. Hereís a pic showing where the wires go inside the trans.
    The 4 wires in the 2 plugs at the top of the pic go to the 4 solenoids...
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    Might help if you post some pics. The later boxes...

    Might help if you post some pics. The later boxes have 8 wires: 5 for the 5 solenoids, 1 for the temp sensor & 2 for the temp switch.
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    If you have an Ecutalk, you can see on the screen...

    If you have an Ecutalk, you can see on the screen if the TPS is working correctly. It would also have confirmed if the original really needed replacing.
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    Thereís no reason for a TB45E to have a temp...

    Thereís no reason for a TB45E to have a temp sensor in the radiator. The overheat switching of the electric fan and the overheat A/C cutout are all controlled by the ECU which reads the temp sensor...
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    I donít know where the normal GQ TCU location is....

    I donít know where the normal GQ TCU location is. There might be a workshop manual somewhere here on the forum that could help.
    I have seen a diagram for a very early, Ď93 from memory, TD42T showing...
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    Is it possible that that particular electronic...

    Is it possible that that particular electronic control box isn't the TCU? The Jap TD42T black top factory turbos (I have a '97 Jap TD42T in my ex-TB45E GU) had an ECU to control the EGR.
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    I have an indicator LED for my TC lockup and it...

    I have an indicator LED for my TC lockup and it is always glowing weakly when not locked but with slightly varying intensity. I've never bothered to measure the varying voltage. It comes on full...
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    I did this for our trip last year to Lorella...

    I did this for our trip last year to Lorella Springs. I added alu angles to the forward bolts to be able to use the straps. I also got a couple of cheap backpacks from Kmart to hang off the head...
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    You donít need to buy the Ecutalk. You can simply...

    You donít need to buy the Ecutalk. You can simply bridge contacts in the plug and record the flashes.
    Thereís a thread here on this forum that explains the procedure if you want to do a search..
  15. Are you sure it's dropping back to 3rd and not...

    Are you sure it's dropping back to 3rd and not just releasing the lock on the torque convertor in O/D?

    Your owners manual should explain the correct use of the Hold & Power positions.
  16. Thread: TB45 TPS on TD42

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    Itís a reasonably simple task to match the TD42T...

    Itís a reasonably simple task to match the TD42T 6 wire TPS to the TB45E wiring.
  17. Thread: TB45 TPS on TD42

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    Iím running my original TB45E auto trans behind a...

    Iím running my original TB45E auto trans behind a factory TD42T. I initially adapted a ZD30 TPS with the accelerator pedal but later added a TD42Ti TPS (3 wire) to the pump itself so I could use the...
  18. Thread: Intercooler Fan

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    There are situations where a top mounted IC...

    There are situations where a top mounted IC definitely needs a fan. When you stop for any reason with a hot engine, the bonnet scoop acts like a chimney and funnels the engine heat through the IC to...
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    I did my TB45E auto to TD42T auto and kept the...

    I did my TB45E auto to TD42T auto and kept the original TB45E ECU/TCU in place to run the auto. It's been running perfectly for 4 years but I did swap the TB45E TCU for a ZD30 unit and found it...
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    You can usually set the mirroring of the camera...

    You can usually set the mirroring of the camera in the head unit itself.
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    The planetary gears in the auto trans take a fair...

    The planetary gears in the auto trans take a fair bit of loading. I'm rebuilding an RE4 auto at the moment that has done 326k kms and, although the clutches are well worn, the planetary gears look...
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    I believe the thinking is that a poor seal...

    I believe the thinking is that a poor seal between the auto and the transfer could introduce gear oil into the auto with costly results.
    Iíve been running synthetic trans fluid in my transfer case...
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    The later TB42 EFI models had the ribbed...

    The later TB42 EFI models had the ribbed bellhousing and larger torque converter like the TB45E and itís a better box but might require swapping the flexplate as well.
  24. Get rid of it. 293,000 kms on a 2001 ZD30 with no...

    Get rid of it. 293,000 kms on a 2001 ZD30 with no NADS is already a big risk. Leaving it lying around somewhere not being used is not a good idea either.
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    Also make sure the 12v regulator can handle the...

    Also make sure the 12v regulator can handle the Voc (open circuit voltage) of the panel.
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