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Old 03-26-2013, 07:55 PM
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I have, but have not yet installed, the TCI 376600 Universal Lockup Kit. It was $90.00 @ JEGS. This kit was recommend to me by Tubbys Custom Shop in St. Pete, FL.
I have found JEGS (and Tubbys) to be very good to deal with. JEGS - of the many shops I source my parts from nationally. {I'd only rule out York's}.
The instructions are a bit wanting. The wording is clear, but what they tell you to connect the wires to they address by NAME and I do not know the names of the parts inside the trans (other than the OIL) and can not POSITIVELY ID then in the schematic. And the wiring schematic itself can leave you guessing as some of the wires appear to overlay others, there by obscuring which one goes where (to my eyes).
Being printed on one 8.5" x 11.0" sheet for EACH drawing would be a BIG help, unless you have 20/10 vision.
But the text is OK, does make sense. Murf

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Old 03-26-2013, 09:22 PM
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ouch $90!? I used a $3 toggle switch from the parts store, and a free brake pedal switch from a newer car in the junk yard that had the normally closed switch for the tCC release when you hit the brakes...
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