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I dont know how to hook up my chevy powerglide detent linkage. I can't find a manual to help wih this problem.

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Are you sure you have a powerglide i dont remember ever seeing one on a powerglide those trans didnt have one from the good ol days just a throttle linkege and modulater valve with a vacum hose to the intake mannifold.

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