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Hawkfan 05-04-2012 07:38 PM

New TCI 700R Trans Noise?
 
Purchased a 700R trans from TCI. The first time I installed it it lasted about 2 miles and totally quit. I had the reccomended fluid and installed to the correct level. I sent it back for warrenty work. I reinstalled it and it went in with no problem. Filled it up per the instructions. Now, I have this high pitch intermittent squeek like something is rubbing in one spot. I double checked my install and it appears to be correct. The only thing I'm not a 100% on is the "In" and "Out" lines from the trans to the trans cooler.
My question is: If the lines are crossed, would it cause issues internally or cause the sound? Or if some one has any ideas as to what may be causing this noise, I would appreciate any input you may have.

Thanks
Brian
Tinley Park,
ILL

327NUT 05-04-2012 08:54 PM

My first question is....did you do the proper TV adjustment per their instructions before driving the car?

Hawkfan 05-04-2012 09:14 PM

I'm not seeing a TV cable on this set up. The instructions do not reference a TV cable. This an automatic trans. They only discuss TQ end play. Am I missing something?

Crosley 05-05-2012 10:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hawkfan
I'm not seeing a TV cable on this set up. The instructions do not reference a TV cable. This an automatic trans. They only discuss TQ end play. Am I missing something?

You mention automatic trans


If you have a 700r4 type of trans, it will have a TV cable , even if it is a constant pressure valve body design unit. The TV cable would provide throttle input to the trans for shift timing and pressure rise of main line oil pressure.

If constant pressure design, the TV cable provides input for shift timing


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