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Old 12-04-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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700r4 2nd gear slip is it tv cable adjustment?

my 700r4has a b&m shift kit it is behind a 350 it is fine when i hand shift first second third but in OD first gear is fine then between first and second it is sliping pretty bad it was fine after i got the new throttle bracket n was shifting great its also making a slight whining noise when going into reverse when cold n e advice would be appriciated thanks
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Re: 700r4 2nd gear slip is it tv cable adjustment?

slipping is very not good especially for the 700r4 trans

the cable has to be set absolutely perfectly

need a correct bracket for propery geometry

i dont know how to explain how to make sure it has proper geometry but it has to be so

this is the biggest reason why i dont run aftermarket anything on the top of a engine that has a 700r4 behind it

definitely do not drive it again with it slipping shifts

if its not already too late

try google image search for 700r4 cable geometry
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Re: 700r4 2nd gear slip is it tv cable adjustment?

Quote: Originally Posted by fastr68
slipping is very not good especially for the 700r4 trans

the cable has to be set absolutely perfectly

need a correct bracket for propery geometry

i dont know how to explain how to make sure it has proper geometry but it has to be so

this is the biggest reason why i dont run aftermarket anything on the top of a engine that has a 700r4 behind it

definitely do not drive it again with it slipping shifts

if its not already too late

try google image search for 700r4 cable geometry
well i have a throttle bracket from summit thats got the bottom bracket for the tv cable and the guy at summit told me just pull it back so its just tight with no slack and a little more tension will make it shift harder and later a little less it will shift soner and softer but i do also remember hearing about the cable geometry
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Re: 700r4 2nd gear slip is it tv cable adjustment?

http://www.tciauto.com/Products/Inst...ble_adjust.htm
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Quote: Originally Posted by fastr68
slipping is very not good especially for the 700r4 trans

the cable has to be set absolutely perfectly

need a correct bracket for propery geometry

i dont know how to explain how to make sure it has proper geometry but it has to be so

this is the biggest reason why i dont run aftermarket anything on the top of a engine that has a 700r4 behind it

definitely do not drive it again with it slipping shifts

if its not already too late

try google image search for 700r4 cable geometry
i got a new line and geometry corrector off line i was going over it and it looked like the adjuster on the cable housing where slides back and forth is a little chewed up so the throttle was making the whole thing slide up it seems to be okay now
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