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Old 09-20-2007, 11:06 PM   #11
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thanks....im going to have to check my tranny for my high rpm'* for my bad gas mileage problem ...thing takes for ever to change to the next gear
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thats no good you might want to start another thread about getting your miles per gallon up (unless you already have...)
yeah i started one for that prob also thanks
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If you put the car on jacks/ramps, you will find an electrical connector on the passenger side and just behind the gas tank. In 97 it'* a flat four pin, not sure on other years.

That'* the one.
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