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Old 12-09-2002, 10:13 AM
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Ok working on my first TH350 rebuild. I got a video on doing it and a Haynes rebuild book. What are the electical wires on the valve body for. They come from a plug on the case part goes tho the accumulator and others go to a silonoid of some sort. The book and the video dont refer to this. Ihave been told I dont need it and to plug up the whole on the case. Would like to know more about it before I do away with it. <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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Thats a turbo 350c, it has a lock up torque converter. Everything else is the same as a non lock up except for the converter, input shaft, pump, and valve body parts. If you use a shift kit it needs to be for a th350c.

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Thanks dude! So what plugs into the plug on the outside of the case? And were dose it go?
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It was a plug from the computer originally. But you can wire it to a toggle switch. The soliniod in the trans needs 12 volts to lock the converter.
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You also have a two wire conection for the reverse back up lights. By the way what year is you truck? I am in the process of putting a 350 V-8 in my 53 5 Window I just bought and am also installing a IFS from a 73 1/2 ton. What kind of headers did you use? I asume you put in a V-8? How well did the headers fit? Zach
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Zach. Its a '49 five window. Iam using a set of coated short block huggers they fit great plenty of room. Not sure what brand they are I bought them from a friend who never used them. Thanks for the info everyone!
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