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Old 10-16-2011, 06:24 PM
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th 350 problem

my th 350 wont shift by itself. i got it from a guy who said he use to race the trans. i have taken it apart. put a valve body off another th350 thas was shifting fine when i took it out( thinking it could have been a full manual vale body). the module is new. i can shift manually but when i put it in drive it will be in third but wont shft through the gears. idk whats going on with it

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Is the modulator still hooked up and what source for vacuum is it hooked to ? just reaching here.



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yeah its still hooked up and the vacuum is from the carb. the trans i had before was a th350 and it shifted fine never had a problem with it shifting (till it got wore out). but this is a whole different trans. and actually the valve body is from the other trans that i didnt have no problem from. the guy had washers in the kickdown lever valve? so it wouldnt shift down. but i took the washers out and hooked the kickdown cable back up right. but wouldnt think that would stop it from shifting through all the gears
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i would take a look at the govenor some man/vb use clips on the govenor weights to hold them open
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