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The adapter has 6 male contacts 2 pairs above each other oriented north south and one pair off to the side (making an L shape) oriented east west. The only connector I can find on the car (94 Chrysler Concorde) is under the dash. 6 female contacts. 3 pairs oriented east west. The Haynes manual shows the under dash location as the connector but states that in some cases its only for the transmission and the engine connector is under the hood but it doesn't state where. I can't find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Ron
It should be on the driver's side somewhere. I believe the computer is at the left front in the engine bay, so check around there.
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
stick a peace of wire in the connector, make sure each end is inside the connector. once you do that you may have to count the blinking light
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
it sounds like your gearshift cable is broken..if you can jack up vehicle and support it safely,get someone to move shifter and look on driver's side of transmission and see if linkage is moving on trans..linkage is up near top of trans..i have seen this problem before
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
This is an easy $7.00 fix. Go to your local auto parts store and get a GM Heater Hose Fitting. I went to NAPA, part #730-5631. Cut of the old fiting with a hack saw blade, being careful not to damage the pipe from the heater core, put the new one on. Total time takes less than 10 minutes, make sure you fill your coolant resevoir.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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