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Old 03-26-2003, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default Putting a 1993 Park Avenue Ultra trans in my 1994 SLE???

I am having problems with my OD in my SLE. I have trans out of my dads 1993 Park Avenue Ultra supercharged parts car that only has 93k miles on it. Will it work in my 1994 Bonneville SLE? Wiill my PCM work with it? Is that trans a 4T60-E HD or not?
If it would work would there be any sensors that would have to be swapped?
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Martin "Stylez" McCoy
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