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Old 02-14-2007, 07:24 AM   #41
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This is cool...Jinx will be reborn again...and again...and again.

How many lives does a B'ville have? More than a cat from the looks of it.
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Hehehe....actually Jinx has never been fully reborn yet. At SEBF, we just gave it a heartbeat but was still somewhat paralysed. Now she'* getting her legs.

I will probably take a trip Friday in the Neon to go get it. Gotta take the case I already have and see if it will fit in the trunk. And I need to bring PLENTY of heavy plastic sheeting as I doubt this guy even drained it.

Now I gotta get my "re-hash" parts list ready...I already have my adjustable shift modulator, so I need fluid, filter, some line flush, and......???
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And a few buddies to help put it in. BTW..beer helps.
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And a few buddies to help put it in. BTW..beer helps.
Ha ha.... I have a supply of Boos here.. But I'm not gonna have any till we are done... LOL

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Hey guys, I'm in J-ville. If you need someone to pick this thing up and store it until you can get up here just let me know. You do know we will have to meet up when you come up.
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It'* all good...I am comming up Friday to go get it. Though I may need some help in loading it in the trunk if this guy doesn't have a picker. How much does one of these things weigh anyway? I am thinking around 160 lbs, but that may be a bit conservative.
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It'* all good...I am comming up Friday to go get it. Though I may need some help in loading it in the trunk if this guy doesn't have a picker. How much does one of these things weigh anyway? I am thinking around 160 lbs, but that may be a bit conservative.
Yeah they are right at about 200 Lbs with all of the guts.. Sorry I can't go Buddy

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When I bought my 4t65e-HD, me and my friend just picked it up and set it in the trunk of my Bonneville. If you need some help, or a place to crash for the night just let me know.
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Ok, I've been going over a post I made some time ago in regards to the trans (http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ghlight=pinout), which linked to another page, so I am set for rewiring. BUT, yet again, I need some input on this thermoswitch/thermocouple concept. It appears that the ONLY function of the t/switch in 92-93 is so the PCM can tell the traction control to turn off due to overheat. Well hell I can do that! Besides, I am planning on installing a trans temp gauge (actually, it'* an oil temp gauge but it should still work) so I can keep my eye on the temp. Now then, does the PCM see this as a n.o or n.c. switch?

Second question: If this thermocouple actually varies it'* resistance with temp, then could I theoretically use it as a temp sender for an electronic gauge?
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Okay, I picked it up today. Here is the service tag:

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The fluid from the torque converter looks old, but not disappointing:

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I think aside from the vehicle rewire and a few new gaskets, this should last me quite a while
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