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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by YardPup, May 14, 2001.
Were would the best place be to install a temp sender on a 700R4 in a 91 Blazer?
Used the Search button on temp sensor....
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I searched and didn't find much help.
Yardpup, I just tapped into one of my stainless steel braided hoses with a tee fitting which leads from mt tranny to the trans cooler and back again. Or you can have an adapter welded into the side of the tranny pan wich would except the sender. Hope this helps.
Yeah that link I gave you was the most info in one post....
Call tranny shops for ideas and then post the ideas here for
feedback....? I want to do it also so am curious about the results. I'll try to make some calls and post.
I can't remember who on the board gave me this idea, but I'm going to get a second temp sender and have one in each line. Wire them to a DPST switch (mine was like $4 from RadioShack) and now you'll know your fluid temp coming out and going in. This way, you'll know if you're overcooling or undercooling.
Yeah, please post the mechanics of the solution.
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