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Old 04-11-2018, 09:51 AM   #26
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Re: Help with 700r4 connector info...please

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I hope so. Hope it helps you too. IIRC, you need pins A and B. A is your 12v from the switch and B is the ground for the solenoid. Please let me know how it works!
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These guys provided me one when I put an 86 700r4 behind a flathead ford.

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I hope so. Hope it helps you too. IIRC, you need pins A and B. A is your 12v from the switch and B is the ground for the solenoid. Please let me know how it works!
I keep seeing a is power and d is ground on plug... I also read that I can harm the solenoid if I wire it backwards. Is b or d for ground side?
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Old 04-19-2018, 03:28 PM   #29
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Re: Help with 700r4 connector info...please

I have a 86 700r4 that seems to have a bad 4th since it doesn't ever shift from 3rd to 4th. I think the last guy might have messed it up some how. I read that 4th can go after a rebuild or if someone doesn't have their TV cable right.

If I run the 700r4 in "D" instead of "OD", will it let me get by without having the lockup cable hooked up? I have heard that 85 and up will not burn up, if you run without lock up, but I wish I knew for sure. I like it how it is and it drives like a turbo 350, but I am wondering about excessive heat and wonder if that excessive heat is only when TC spins in 4th? My solenoid only clicked once and is probably bad, which is another reason im fine with no 4th.
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