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Old 02-13-2010, 05:35 PM
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700r4 3 wires out of plug

i just installed a 700r4 in my jimmy there are 3 wires coming out of wire harness white w/ black tracer purple and blue one pin is empty need to know which wire goes to 12 volt hot and which one goes to brake pedal any body have any info ? thanks E

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Hi,
I'm color blind so we will need to do this a little different.
hold the plug so when your looking in it the empty pin hole is at the bottom right, top left is for power(should be marked A), bottom left ground (B), top right trans over heat light on dash(C).
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ok im holding it with empty pin on the right so the empty pin should be closer to me or away from me with wire being closer? thanks again
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There is a 3 pin electrical connector on the transmission (it has 4 marked positions, however only three have active pins).

Pin A is the OUTER connection, on the side of the connector toward the FRONT of the trans

Pin B is the INNER connection, on the side of the connector toward the FRONT of the trans

Pin C is the INNER connection, on the side of the connector toward the REAR of the trans

Pin D is the OUTER connection, on the side of the connector toward the REAR of the trans


TC Lock up always in 2-3-OD

Pins A and B are internally connected to the Torque converter lockup solenoid. Any time power is connected to pin A and Pin B ins grounded, the TC will lock up in 2nd, 3rd and OD (The valve body does not supply hydraulic pressure to the TC lockup circuit, so it does not lock up in 1st gear whether the TC solenoid is powered or not). Thus, in order to always have the lockup in 2,3 & OD, connect pin A to switched ignition power and pin B to ground. To make this a switched manual option, put a switch in the leg from Pin A to Sw Ign Power (12V AFTER the ign sw)
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Thank you very much !!!
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Is pin C the one that is empty?
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Is pin C the one that is empty?
Yes, Pin-C = empty.
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very easy to get it to automatically lock up in 4th only. the pin D goes to a pressure switch that closes when it goes in 4th. look at my attatchments
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