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Old 02-28-2012, 10:51 AM
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pig tail conversion

i have 90 chevy c1500. It came with standard trans I put 700r4 trans in it converted it to automatic but the pig tail for the lockup i don't understand one of the pig tails pull off from the 5 speed trans is a 2 prong plug it doesn't go anywhere on the new trans but i do not have pigtail for for lock up

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Get yourself a lockup wiring kit.

This is a Painless, there are others
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i pulled the trans off a camaro with pig tail i was hoping to tie the wires in instead of buying kit
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You need a way to shut off the lockup. You can use a switch but you will forget when you tromp on the gas or pull off the highway.

I'm not sure if the ECM on a standard vehicle has provisions for lockup function. You would need to compare wiring diagrams to know for sure unless someone here has done this and can chime in.
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thanks for help ill keep looking and see what i can find out
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