'92 Century TC lockup

A friend's car is doing the classic TCC lockup thing where the converter doesn't disengage from lockup and it wants to die at stop signs. It is a '92 Century, 3300, 117K, and it's a 3 speed automatic, (not
overdrive which I thought was surprising). Is there an external electrical connector which can be unplugged to disable the TCC lockup, or can it be otherwise disabled pending the actual replacement of the solenoid?
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Connector on top of trans or just down the front, facing forward, cannot disable permanently, trans fluid will overheat.

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Since its not an overdrive transmission it probably wouldnt hurt to disable it. Fuel mileage will really suffer until its fixed. Without a diagram couldnt tell you much about which wie to take lose.

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until the lockup no longer attempts to engage. (Find it on 1st attempt=clean and honest living. On 2nd attempt=average old guy. On 3rd attempt=unclean and less-than-honest living. Only you will know wherein you lie!) HTH, s
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I think thisd wire is controlled by the computer so if you can find a diagram of the computer......
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