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it predates the lock up converter , so unless the trans has been changed , no it does not
 

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In 1978, most Torqueflite transmissions gained a lockup torque converter clutch to mechanically connect the converter's impeller and turbine, eliminating slip for better highway fuel economy. This addition required the removal of the torque converter drain plug.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TorqueFlite
 

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DODGEBOYS said:
In 1978, most Torqueflite transmissions gained a lockup torque converter clutch to mechanically connect the converter's impeller and turbine, eliminating slip for better highway fuel economy. This addition required the removal of the torque converter drain plug.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TorqueFlite
On www.car-part.com (based on a wealth of auto wrecking interchange info)... only '78 car listings specify lockup or non-lockup. Transmission hits for '78 pickup suggest they're the same as several years prior.
 

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one won't fit the other
 
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