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Old 09-02-2006, 06:57 PM
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700r4 lockup

if use a non lockup torque converter on a 700r4 will it eliminate the need for a lockup wiring kit? this will be on a non computer car.

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if use a non lockup torque converter on a 700r4 will it eliminate the need for a lockup wiring kit? this will be on a non computer car.

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the tranny must be configured to run without a lock up clutch inside the converter for proper oil flow.




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if use a non lockup torque converter on a 700r4 will it eliminate the need for a lockup wiring kit? this will be on a non computer car.
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Why do you want to do this? A lock-up wiring kit is going to be cheaper then a new convertor if money is the issue. There are websites that show you how to make your own wiring kit for pretty cheap also, do a search...
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