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Old 11-28-2011, 03:57 PM
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trans. is it a 700r4?

i am doing up a 1965 chev. stepside p.u. i took a 1986 chev suburban removed front end saddel and replaced the 65 with it. giving me power steering and power disc brakes. i also installed eng,trans&rear end every thing fit just fine . my question now is on the trans that i think is a 700r4 there is a plug on drivers side it has two wires cut off i think it is for the lock up converter . where do these wires come from or how do i hook it up?
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Here's how I have mine wired.
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thanks for responce but cannot read it too small

i thank you for your responce but at full mag. still cannot read it. is there someway you can send it in larger detail?

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Ed, right click and copy the picture Shortcut, then open it in a new Browser or click this Link below >> http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/atta...chmentid=60266
Was the Wiring Diagram still too small when you clicked on the Thumbnail Pic?

Several TCC Lockup wiring Diagrams here:
http://www.rowand.net/Shop/Tech/LockupTCCWiring.htm

Todd
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