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Old 01-04-2005, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default need diagram of th350, line hook up q's

i need to know what all the hook-ups are on the transmission. i know the speedo and the dipstick and cooler lines, but i have 2 more that i dont know what their function is. if any one knows or has a link to a picture that can tell me i would appreceate it. one has a small screw threaded just barely into it, the other has a small wire coming out of it.
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sounds like a th250C.
You don't want to use that trans, it does look just like the th350.
Is the wire thing on the drivers side and the screw around the cooler lines?
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sounds like a th250C.
You don't want to use that trans, it does look just like the th350.
Is the wire thing on the drivers side and the screw around the cooler lines?
yeah, i was thinking it was the kickdown linkage since it has a auto/manual valve body 1-2-3/drive shift pattern. its for sure a 350 thoughb, it was ordered by a local speed shop for me, i have the trans dyno sheets and paper work that came with it.
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yeah, i was thinking it was the kickdown linkage since it has a auto/manual valve body 1-2-3/drive shift pattern. its for sure a 350 thoughb, it was ordered by a local speed shop for me, i have the trans dyno sheets and paper work that came with it.
Ok so the thing with the screw in it is a gold can on the passenger side and the screw points to the back?
Thats the vacuum modulator, it gets connected to full manifold vacuum.

And the wire thing is not an electrical wire, it's located under the cooler lines and comes through a hole with a bolt next to it?
Thats the kickdown cable. That hole takes a metric bolt BTW.
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i had figured that it was the kickdown line, but fo you have to use this? i wouldnt think that there would be a provision for it on a 95 t/a since its electronic. it was intended for use as a manualy shifted auto, i really diddnt want the dual function valve body, but thats what i got stuck with.
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