GTO judge said:After learning about that feature, I noticed that as long as I shift into 2nd at 20 mph or 3000 rpm it does not happen. If I find myself shifting before that 20 mph I go from 1st to 3rd without skipping a beat.
On my '94 Camaro, it was so easy to turn off CAGS, it was as if the engineers deliberately made it an easy 15 minute job. All I had to do was pull the computer and disconnect two wires. Turned off CAGS, turned off the CAGS shift light. An error flag was raised, but the flag didn't turn on the check-engine light. I bet the lawyers put a stop to making it so easy.AmesGTO said:Taking CAGS out in software is another good option.
D/S of car beside trans....GTOOOOOH said:Here is a link to some stuff I researched...
All I need to know is where is the plug located for this on the LS2?