Ok, so I finally got my overdrive all hooked up and working, except there is a problem that I haven't been able to figure out. Whether the OD is in or locked out, once the governor closes(above the 28mph range), it seems that the ignition is cutting out at any more than a cruising throttle position. I can run it hard thru 1st, shift into second and when the governor kicks in, WHAM, it almost bounces you off the steering wheel. You can roll off and cruise just fine in lock out or let it shift into OD, and it does the same if you squeeze on it. I first noticed it when I initially test drove the OD for the first time and kicked it down, it "stalled" for as long as I held it to the floor. Troubleshooting brought me to find that if I disconnected the governor wire(via the kickdown switch) at the relay, it ran just fine(of course OD didn't work then). It's almost like the coil is getting shorted out through the relay. I swapped out the relay for another and it does the same thing. I wired it per this schematic, including having wired the black wire that feeds the Ignition terminal on the relay, directly to the battery terminal on the coil, instead of off the key switch(for ease of wire routing), as some schematics I've seen show. I cant think of any reason that this should make a difference, as it's doing the same thing, just a different connection spot. Anybody ever seen this or have any thoughts? Maybe I'm missing something so obvious that I'm looking right past it. My next step is to see if a diode with keep what I perceive as a voltage back feeding issue, to the wiring(ign feed).