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Old 06-13-2011, 01:32 PM
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700r4 wiring problem

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OK so what i have is a 1991 350 TPI /700r4... my problem is i can not find a wiring diagrams for the lock up wiring form the trans to the ECM for my 91 Z28. i have a blue wire ,white wire and a pink wire....

I had a new trans put in and they wired it for a none ecm controlled car... yup that's right.. they cut the wires out from the harness under my dash.

They way it is wired is like this...... blue wire off the plug goes to a hot on my fuse panel, pink and with are joined together and look to be grounded..
Yeah it works HOWEVER MY MOTOR LUGS AT 50 MPH WHEN IT WANT' S TO GO INTO FOURTH GEAR LOCK UP... UP PLUG THE PLUG FROM THE TRANS AND IT WORK ALSO BUT IT SHIFTS REALY REALY HARD IN UP AND DOWN SHIFTING. THIS MOTOR AND TRANS ONLY HAS 900 MILES ON THEM !

now my 700r4 is spouse to be run off the ecm because i have TPI SYSTEM not carburetor....... A wiring diagram would be so helpful........
SO can some who knows this please help me......
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ok

kinda new here an i am just a little strested out...
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