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Old 04-02-2005, 09:00 PM   #1
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would a transmission from a 1993 sse work in a 94 ssei?



i would assume it would unless like everything else on a bonniville it has a hidden agenda lol.. for instance a computer issue thanks
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I think there is compatability issues. I know I could put a 94 in my 95, but not a 93 in my 95. You may need to look for a 92-93 SSEi tranny.
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The 1994 SSEi requires a 4T60-E HD trans and the 1993 SSE tranny is non-HD unit. Gearing is different too. Then there is also the gremlin we refer to as 1994/95 OBD-1.5, so the wiring harness probably has different pinouts.
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After a quick salvage yard inventory search this is probably your best bet:

Year: 1995

Transmission
Oldsmobile 98 FWD, w/suprchrgr-TAG#0371860-GOOD

Inventory #: 2-2145

Mileage: 100K

Price: $450

Location: Alexis Auto Parts
Sylvania, OH
1-800-336-9197
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The 94/95 transmissions have different pin out on the wiring because they have a fluid temp sensor which is not in 93 and earlier transmissions. Also other isssues as mentioned by others

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