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th350 questions

i'm in the process of swapping the th350 out of my 82 chevy longbox and had a few questions as i dont want to mess anything up. first of all i believe that my th350 in the vehicle is a lockup model because it has wires plugged into it and i ordered my new one as non lockup, will it hurt to not hook that wire going into the top my transmission? also is there any specific breakin procedure i should follow?

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i'm in the process of swapping the th350 out of my 82 chevy longbox and had a few questions as i dont want to mess anything up. first of all i believe that my th350 in the vehicle is a lockup model because it has wires plugged into it and i ordered my new one as non lockup, will it hurt to not hook that wire going into the top my transmission? also is there any specific breakin procedure i should follow?

you do not need to worry about the connector if you leave it unplugged. I doubt it will cause any problems.
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thanks for the clarification. what about the breakin ?
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