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No fuel delivery after engine swap from 94-to- 71 monster motor. not sure if pump will work now that most comp wires removed..?bypass wire?let now

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  • dioviper28 Sep 22, 2009

    ok got fuel back..started the mighty mouse,drop her in reverse and yaahooo..neck snappin..drop her in first and EEWWWWW.Whats this 20mph and no 1st or forth.Googled prob and to my surprise "limp home Mode"..now that the tps is gone and other doo-hickies,the trans is a 4L60e.Electronic..boo hoo. just what im tryin to get away from.because its 4x4 im told a 700r4 will match with TV cable..But is their any other way to just put this trans(4l60e) in manual mode???Keep in mind low budget..Tci offers wiring kit but costs in excess of $1800.00...mine as well get aftermaket tranny for that price..lol...What about a manual valve body swap???

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454? Since you said you cut lots of computer stuff, likely your way out of this is to hot wire and fuse pump to "run" side of the ignition switch. You may also need to change pump/regulator later if it can't keep up with engine demand as well.

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  • Richard Scordino Sep 22, 2009

    Not real familiar on mods to that unit...best is to talk to an engineer at B&M or some other race trans manufacturer. They do that stuff all the time. If they make a manual valve body, that would likely solve the problem but I'm not sure what the cost is.

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