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Old 08-25-2008, 11:09 AM
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Gm 200r-4

Does the GM 200R-4 use a vacuum modulator or a TV cable? I'm wondering if a Wilcap 392-350AT adapter for Mopar Hemis to GM automatics will work with this transmission bellhousing...

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The 200R 4 has no vac. modulator, it is TV cable
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Is there any OD GM automatic transmission that doesn't use a TV cable, or isn't computer controled?...
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Is there any OD GM automatic transmission that doesn't use a TV cable, or isn't computer controled?...
Neither the 200-4R nor the 700R4 (yes, the "R" is in a different place) are computer controlled. The only computer function on either is the torque converter lockup, which you can control with a toggle switch. Both use a TV cable because they were designed to operate behind turbo and/or diesel motors that don't have a consistent manifold vacuum signal. The TV cable simply combines the functions of the vac modulator and the kickdown cable. It is essentially a mechanical throttle position sensor.
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