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Old 02-25-2004, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default Successful Tranny swap!!!!

Just wanted to thank everybody for the help and suggestions from my help topic. We successfully swapped a 4T60E from our 93 SE with a 94SE. Took a wire harness change but it works great. Off to the vegas nascar races for us!!!!
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Congrats on the swap!
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Tell us how you got it to work.
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No kidding, as detailed as possible.....and I'll be watching for you on TV! Aren't you leaving a little early? Vegas isn't for another week and a half!
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Okay, We leave on Tuesday. It'* a two day trip for us and we have FUN!! Been to every one down there so far.
Back to business--- We did not do the work ourselves, we don't do tranny'*. The wiring harness from the inerds was used from our old one along with the temp sensor, because of the year change. Didn't get all the details, because we were so relieved. However, it did cost us 5 hours of transmission shop labor! OUCH!!!
It was worth it!! My baby runs and sounds good and for a whole lot less than a rebuild.
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Glad to hear its back up and running, have fun in Vegas
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