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Old 09-05-2005, 12:14 PM   #1
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can a 95 ssei tranny go into a 93 ssei?
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nope, different electrical connectors
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SAME electrical connectors. Different internal electricals. It can be converted, but I don't know the specifics.
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k my dad just bought a 93 ssei with bad tranny for $500 and its gonna put in my old tranny with new torque convertor in it from my 95... im sure he can figure it out...pretty smart guy...
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SAME electrical connectors. Different internal electricals. It can be converted, but I don't know the specifics.
oh ya good catch. And there are some other things that the 95 has that the 93 dosnent like the 95 have a trans temp sender built in and the 93 does not
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Correct. Let us know what headaches Dad runs into for future reference. I personally wouldn't try this, but we may learn from it.
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i would even attempt it
because 93 has OBD1
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i would even attempt it
because 93 has OBD1
technically so does the 95 though.... 1.5 kinda
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i would even attempt it
because 93 has OBD1
technically so does the 95 though.... 1.5 kinda
when i got a trans for my 94 the dealer said 94 and 94 only will fit
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yes its true that it might involve some extra work...but thats how you can make money by buying a car for $500....
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