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Old 01-13-2006, 11:42 AM   #1
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i need people with 97-99 sseis, and people with 00 sseis to take a pic of their tranny connector. im trying to figure out if a 00 ssei engine harness will work with a 97-99 ssei. any help is greatly appreciated.
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This connector is on Frankenbonne...came from a 97 SSEi harness
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sweet. someone with a 00 ssei wanna give me a hand. (haro)
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yo

that pic bill posted is not the tranny connector for a 97 ssei

i looked at my moms today when i got to work.. and it looks identical to my 00...

ill get you side my side pics when i get home in about 30 min
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ok if we are basing off this position
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While I BELIEVE the 97-current 4T65'* have the same connection and internal wiring, be warned!

The 92-96 4T60'* all have the same connector, but the INTERNAL wiring differs from year to year.
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the internal wiring is different. theres more wires and they plug in in a different pattern.
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