In my experience, it's usually the other way--when the converter died the stall went way lower.That is one way to tell if your converter took a dump. If one day its goes to 5000, and then 2 weeks later the car is slow and it revs to 6000 on the tbrake then your tranny has loosened up for some reason
No offense, but it doesn't sound like you know the basics of how a trans brake works. A trans brake locks the trans in 1st and reverse at the same time. So you would definitley not want to engage it while the vehicle is moving. You would cause significant damage to the trans. Not to mention how uncool you would look as you slammed into the steering wheel with your body...:yes::yes:I need some clarification on a transbrake.I know the basics on how it works but say I'm rolling through a parking lot, can I hit the button and rev it up? Also will it rev higher than the stall?
some trans brakes lock up 1st and 3rd too right? whether or not it applys the band or not?
That's what I thought as well. But I saw a post here awhile back that explained the difference, but I cant't remember what it was.Forgive me if I have this wrong but I was under the understanding that Pro tree brake's were the ones that had to have the T-brake activated to back up.