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1983 Mustang C-4 transmission

I have a 1983 Mustang with a V6 and a C-4 trans. The trans is junk. I am being offered a trans from a '93 Mustang with a 2,3L I-4. Will this trans bolt up to my engine? My car is carburated, and pre-computer, is this an issue? Finally is this an AOD? Thank you!

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That trnas will not bolt up and since you don't have a computor control the trans wount interface with the harness it requires which you do not have on your vehicle. please rate this solution

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