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Old 10-31-2014, 02:23 PM   #11
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Tried that and JB weld but the grime just peeled off and the hole was still there. :o
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Old 10-31-2014, 08:33 PM   #12
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He'* going 93, to 94. As long as he repins the 93 to 94 specs, he should be fine. There are no "circuits" that I know of in these trannies. Only difference is 2 wires with the added temp sensor.
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My mistake Mike, for some reason I had '94 and '95 in my head...
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He'* going 93, to 94. As long as he repins the 93 to 94 specs, he should be fine. There are no "circuits" that I know of in these trannies. Only difference is 2 wires with the added temp sensor.
The re-pin is the part I'm concerned about. I really don't want to have to take it out to adjust the pins once its in.
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Ok, so just repin the external harness.
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OK, update. Got it all installed and it still has the same problem it originally had; no first or fourth gear. Everything else functions as supposed to, reverse, 2nd, 3rd and TC lockup. I used the same solenoids. Hooked it up to OBD to check for codes and commands but it fails to connect.

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What did you hook up to it?
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I would say you have a wiring or controller problem.
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