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Thread: Settings for 4L65E/5.3L L33?

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    Problem Solved! The transmission connector on the Terminator X cable assembly is much softer than the GM one. Turned out I had plugged it in 180° out. The connector is just pliable enough that it'll fully seat either direction.

    It clicks when inserted the wrong way, but it's because the edge of the cable connector slips over a groove on the socket on the transmission. It will tug off in this position, but hold on fairly well. (Just enough to seem OK.)

    Once it was plugged in correctly, everything worked great.
    And in the correct position, it's solidly connected, you'd do damage if you forced it off. So that's my "duh" moment for the week. A 5.3L in Jeep Wrangler turns out to be a fair amount of engine.

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    Glad you got it sorted out! Andrew

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