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Where can I get parts to activate 518 OD automatically

I'm putting in a dodge 518 (46RH) transmission in a street rod I'm building, but i'm having a hard time locating a vacuum operated switch to activate the overdrive. Some say use a gm switch, but I have no idea what to look for. Any help would be apppreciated. Thanks, Dan.

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Thanks. Will check that out
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I was gonna ask about the number of pins you have in the connector on your tranny........ that site posted lists stuff out farely well.
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