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Transbrake Solenoid Stroke

Does anyone know who makes a transbrake solenoid for an aluninum powerglide with a .335 stroke -can't seem to find one and the wire broke off on mine- any suggestions?
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I would get hold of the manufacturer of that valve body.
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Thanks for the comeback. I'm trying to figure out who built it without pulling the pan off. Maybe I'll try & post a couple pictures...........................Gus
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Thanks for the comeback. I'm trying to figure out who built it without pulling the pan off. Maybe I'll try & post a couple pictures...........................Gus

there are a few variations on solenoids used. Some completely different in length of pin stroke. Photo would help to ID what you have.

It would be best to have pan off to verify the proper operation on the solenoid and to verify the valve is moved fully each direction
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