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It's probably the cable. The cable goes from the trans. to your dash unless they have an electric type (don't know if such a thing exists. On old cars the connection is on the transmission under the car on the driver side. Running the miles back on a car is against the law, so there might be tag of some sort over the connection. check with transmission garage, they may have to replace the cable.

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