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Old 10-04-2005, 03:35 PM   #11
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also remember that you will Need a trans from a 95 car......Whel Bill Buttermore did his trans swap on 95 SLE, the only trans that would work is one from a Compatable 95 with the same gear ratio
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I found a tranny out of a 1995 bonneville car is gone so I don't know if it was a se or sle or ssei. the tag the guy has a A_S_ on it. Does this help me or does it have to say FW2 on it.
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You should stay with the FW2 to keep the same gear ratio as your car. (Assuming your car is FW2)
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what will the tag on the tranny say (the car has been crushed) will the tranny say FW2 or is there a cross number.
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Here are the numbers on the tranny

A_S_

121 4D 03
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W928Y

TORQUE CONVERTOR NUMBER

FYHB2420

I was told its a 2.84 gear ratio
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hrm... wish I knew this last week and you were close to upstate, NY. The junkyard by me had transmissions for $49.99 u-pull-it. there was atleast one 95 SE in there. Normally they are like 70-100.
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I posted need for tranny. You know where there is one I will pay for shipping and your time. They want 900-2000 to rebuild mine.
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