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Old 04-29-2009, 08:27 PM
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4l60e does not shift now

Put a carb set up on a 350 and it had a TBI system and know to will not shift is there a cheap fix to this.

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you need a stand alone controller to shift automatically the 4L60e and control internal pressures... about $850.00 on up in price.
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Put a carb set up on a 350 and it had a TBI system and know to will not shift is there a cheap fix to this.
No, either go back to TBI, or put in a stand alone computer which will need all the TBI sensors you took off to be functionally mounted somewhere, or replace the transmission with a 700R4, however, the 700R4 will require an analog to digital converter to drive the speedo. The speedo looks like an old fashion analog unit, but looks can be deceiving, its digitally driven.

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Only cheap solution is to put the TBI back on.
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