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Help With Tranny!!!!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BlaKK54Speed, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. BlaKK54Speed

    BlaKK54Speed 1/2 ton status

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    ok, just put in new 350 long block. tranny is a 350, not sure how to connect the tranny kickback?? connects to the carb along with the throttle cable. also there is some type of hose coming up from the tranny to the carb, have no idea where it goes or what it does. comes up on the left side, carb is a brand new edelbrock 600 cfm. the truck is a 73 k10. piece of ****
     
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    You talking about the vacume line off the tranny?
     
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    yea where does that go? i have it plugged up right now. the tranny wont go out of first gear when its in drive. i cant do over 30 mph
     
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    you should have a vacume port on your manifold, it will plug into that...:D
     
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    ok i will check it out i think i know what your talking about
     
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    Yep vacuum line goes from the vacuum modulator on the tranny to the intake manifold vacuum port, most are behind the carb. I have seen a few that connect to a fitting off the rear lower part of the carb.

    I have a 600 edelbrock and will see if I can snap a pic of the kickdown cable for you.
     
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    OOPs I was wrong my tranny vacuum is hooked up to driver's side front of carb. The smaller hose at base of carb.

    These also show how the kickdown cable is connected below the throttle cable.

    Hope it helps

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    yea that was it, works great now shifts fine. thanks for the help
     

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