one will have 12 V on it with IGN on, and it will go to zero when you hit
the other is a feed to either the ECM to signal that lock-up has been
enabled by the internal governor switch in the 350C or it will go to an EGR
solenoid or similar emissions device
what year is your 700 ? if post-86, it will need an ECM ground application
to lock up
you have a true oddball there
first, the diesel converter is not compatible with a gas engine
second, the in-pan wiring is unique, not adaptable to use with a gasser
third, the cable is not 'kickdown'. it is a 'throttle' cable, which
controls both line pressure and shift points, and aslo function to cause
forced downshifts at full extension
finally, the 82-84's had numerous problems, which were not resolved till 85
Man... I let my girl drive my truck for about 200 miles. I drove it for
about 5 minutes and decided something was wrong. The fix I did to the end of
the detent/throttle/kick down/modulator cable broke and it had nothing....
It's an 82 or 83 (forget now) - what should I be expecting?
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