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I need a schematic for the main plug on my transmission 99 grand am gt 3.4 some of the wires were damaged and the plug, there are 3 yellow/black 2 red/black and 2 pink wires and I need to know which wires belong together Danthurs had replied in 2011 that show some pics from a atsg Manuel that was along the lines of what I need, if anyone has any experience with this I would appreciate any help.
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Lets see if we can get you help on transmission electrical pin/diagram for your 99 grand am and keep this all in one location.
I know you want to make sure that the wires get hooked up correctly as well.
The Danthurs post Guy was referring to is: https://www.gmforum.com/pontiac-168/...ission-298314/
So if anyone can help with info or by showing the main pin/connector for a 99 grand am it would be very useful! Thanks in advance!

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Lets see if we can get you help on transmission electrical pin/diagram for your 99 grand am and keep this all in one location.
I know you want to make sure that the wires get hooked up correctly as well.
The Danthurs post Guy was referring to is: https://www.gmforum.com/pontiac-168/...ission-298314/
So if anyone can help with info or by showing the main pin/connector for a 99 grand am it would be very useful! Thanks in advance!
Thank you.
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different engine and trans

all i have:

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Thanks Justin I will check to see if this is the same as mine.
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that is for your car, 99-GA 4t40 trans and 3.4, the link above was for 3.8/4t60 or 65
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that is for your car, 99-GA 4t40 trans and 3.4, the link above was for 3.8/4t60 or 65
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