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Old 06-04-2011, 09:23 PM
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Originally Posted by cool rockin daddy
A lock up converter will save you gas, will cut down on slippage therefore reducing tranny killing heat, and saves wear and tear on the trans. Do I have to take this sucker apart to do these things or should I ship it back?
Check to see if the Check valve capsule & O-ring are in the end of the Input Shaft 1st.
Part #'s 380 & 480 here>>

Only have to drop the Pan for the TCC valve & Solenoid.
The Non-Lockup valve replaces this>> and the Solenoid goes in the same hole last, here>>
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