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Wiring diagram of automatic transmission/1995 Protege

I want to know the plug on my 1995 Protege transmission to the solenoid A & B, Detail of the plug on shell of the trasmission. I have 6-pin but only 4-pins are installed the 2 others are not there. My HAYNES book gives me wrong info on this. ( rsteele07@cableone.net )

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