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I have a 1992 sedan deville 4.9 liter V-8. I took to the transmission shop because I thought I need a tranny. they told me that the tranny good but, I don;t have any power going to it. He said it was electrical promblem. Is there a fuse or a relay i need to replace if so where is it Thanks for the help. the car only has 98000 original mies.

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There is wiring from tranny to ecm / computer. There is no relay or fuse for this.

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