Thanks Stef. Thats exactly what I did today. I ran several bleed cycles on the Ediff as you described. I tested the Ediff and it seems like it acts like you described. Ohm reading also seems fine. 2.3 to 2.4.
I also bled the clutch valve several times and the upper bleed nipple block by the F1 pump. Not sure how or if ? I need to do a bleed on the lower bleed nipple at the F1 pump block ? Maybe the Launch doesn't support this ?
Do you know how to bleed that one ? Sorry for all the questions.
I did use new clear hose but didn't really see any air bubbles. Maybe 1 or so. I did not pull the actuator back off again (lots of work as you know). But I think its fine. After the first actuator bleed it really acts much better. No lag on 3 to 4 shift. Shifts are quick and clean. Really smooth and quiet with the Liqui Molly in there.
I did a 70 mile drive today after the bleed and it shifts great, clean and crisp . I did get 2 shifts to neutral (both 5 to 6). Not sure if its worth chasing this issue anymore?. It really is 150% better than when I started all this. According to the Launch there is a few really low pressure drops. Thats probably when I get the miss shift. Maybe the TOB Bearing? I can live with it till it needs new clutch if that's what it is . Unless you have any other suggestions? Again....Thanks for all the help. GL