Hey Guys, Weather's getting nice again and I'm going to give this one more try. I smoked my tranny, took it in for rebuild, afterwards the tranny went from 2nd to 3rd with the clutch locked, then would shift to OD locked. Clutch will not disengage with cruise on, when accelerating ( therefore, cannot go up hills without engine lugging). After taking it back I have a tranny that won't kick out of lock up when warm ... WORKS FINE WHEN COLD! I got money back less some other work done( tune up) and taking time off to hold the builders hand for a 2 hour road test. At the end of which he said nothing is wrong. Anyway, I can manually downshift to 3rd when climbing hills or tap and hold brake (which will unlock the clutch) to accelerate. QUESTION: Will this manual switch that BOWTIE sells aftermarket, to unlock then lock up converter work like the manual type application of a brake pedal. Just looking for an inexpensive way to unlike the OD locked clutch when cuising down the interstate without slowing down, holding brake pedal or lugging the motor. The builder said he drilled the plate (valve body?), put in a shift kit, and put in a convette servo with a stall converter. (the last two he eventually removed and replaced with stock applications) Any ideas? Sorry for you guys that have suffered through this with me!