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Old 05-06-2006, 03:51 PM   #21
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Call a local transmission shop.
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I tried to order that twice from 2 separate websites and they both called me back and said B&M had discontinued it. Thanks for the info on the modulator, I'll get it and try it. :P
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spidey, can you put your year and trim level in your signature please?
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just on a whim i drove to advanced auto parts walked in with the part number and 2 minutes and $17.00 later i walked out with this exact part. just write down the part number, go to the store and show the number to someone competent. they'll help you find it.

to firm up my shifts to i tighten or loosen the small screw?
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to firm up my shifts to i tighten or loosen the small screw?
Tightening will firm them.
Just make sure your not banging into drive from park.
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cool man, thanks.
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do u happen to have the part numbers cause the people in the parts stores dont kno the difference between motor oil and transmission fluid (seriously)
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Part number is
MD-28
51-0069-00-00

installed in 5 minutes, made a hell of a difference. of course, like every other little mod on this car i took it off and it turned out that the old one was also an adjustable. story of my life. i guess these things are standard replacement parts or something...
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Will that same part number work on a 93 SE?

I did some searching and didn't come up with much.

Autozone lists p/n MV303 as the transmission modulator for my year make and model.

But is doesn't say whether nor not it'* adjustable.
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Well going from the one I helped install on Ben'* car, if it'* adjustable you will be able to see a little flat head screw inside the thingee that hooks up to the vacuum hose.
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