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Old 04-30-2005, 11:28 PM
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B&M lockup control/700R4

Anyone using the B&M lockup control with the 700R4? I have the directions for wiring it with a 4 pin plug but mine is a 5 pin. Not sure how to wire it. Thanks

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talk to B&M?

I do not remeber the pin locations and functions off the top of my head since this was a limited use item ( 5 pin connector).

I'll have to look around to see if I have a connector to determine wire loacations in the 5 pin unit


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Anyone using the B&M lockup control with the 700R4? I have the directions for wiring it with a 4 pin plug but mine is a 5 pin. Not sure how to wire it. Thanks
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Crosley, if you could check on that it would be great.

B&M only accepts phone calls, no e-mails. I have been strapped with the day job and unable to call.

Thanks for your help.
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I think the 5 pin uses one pin as a ground. I think the outer pins are the same. Can anyone verify this? Thanks. I'll try calling B&M next week.
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I´m using one and the connector to the trans was a four pin using only three connections, one is ground.
I installed the kit "as is" works perfect.
I looked at this site http://www.bowtieoverdrives.com/cata...SUBCAT&CATID=O but found no reference to any five pin connector.
I see no references to speed sensors in these kits like the B/M has.
You could do this yourself just buy a relay http://www.700r4.com/tech/tcc/relay_.../diagram.shtml

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Here´s my stock harness setup.
My four pin connector stock was A = Purple B = Blue D = Tan/Black
I reckon you have to connect the B/M yellow to stock A = Pink and ground D.
How is your connector labeled and do you have the original harness and pics of the connector ?
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I did not forget. We do not have a round 5 pin connector in the shop.

one pin is a ground on the 5 pin, same as the 4 pin square connector



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Crosley, if you could check on that it would be great.

B&M only accepts phone calls, no e-mails. I have been strapped with the day job and unable to call.

Thanks for your help.
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