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Is there a way i can swop the 1995 transmission wiring harness onto the 1999 transmission to make it fit for the sensors or can i just leave them unplugged

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You should be just fine leaving them unplugged, just make sure you wrap them with something so they do not ground out.

Hope this helps!

Tim

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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