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What is the little diaphragm for on the back of a turbo 350 transmission?


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2005-11-17 05:33:13
2005-11-17 05:33:13

That is called a vacum modulator. It controls the transmissions upshift points at part throttle. It needs to be hooked to a source of timed vacum, usually off the distributor.


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