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700r4 lockup torque converter wiring

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by page454, Jul 24, 2005.

  1. page454

    page454 Registered Member

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    Does anyone have an exact wiring diagram for the lockup torque converter on a 700r4 transmission in a 86 chevy blazer fullsize. I'm sure other years would work. I want to make sure my lockup is working since I just rebuilt the transmission and have made some changes to the "hacked up" wiring system on this blazer I just bought. Any help will be greatly apprectiated.
     
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    I already checked this website and it does a poor job of showing a good wiring diagram unless you are using their products, not the stock system. Can anyone else help?
     
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    http://www.highperformancecars.com/crosley/lockup1.htm
    ive used this one before, its easy to wire up. it locks up only in 4th (can be wired to lockup 2nd and 3rd with a switch)

    the only complaint i have with it, is in the winter, i had to shift into 3rd untill the engine warmed up because the lockup would put alot of strain on the motor. once it got to operating temp, it was fine.

    if i do it again, i would put a switch on it so i can shut it off in 4th.
     

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