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#1 rgh1835

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Posted 06 July 2004 - 11:25 PM

Hi guys,my last post was long ago. I have been reading the posts about auto trans and have a question. My car is a 90 legacy-2.2 & auto. What ive been reading looks like this trans is computer controlled, but looking at it i dont see any wires going into it. I bought this car wrecked [rear ended] with ideas of mounting it midships in a 60 vw beatle. I think i can handle the eng computer,but not sure about the trans if comp controlled. please clue me in on this. thanks




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