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Old 03-03-2007, 02:17 AM   #1
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ok i bought a LQ4 6.0 a while back, but am running a 60e trans. the prob is im trying to run an 80e harness to the 60e trans and its not acting right. anyone ever tried this before?
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The wiring is different between the 60 and 80. There are people who have made it work, do a search in the conversions and hybrids forum, there is a thread over there that says what wires need to be re-arranged on the transmission connector.
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