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12-14-2002 07:44 AM
Seon I was told that a computer from a diesel would work and not as expensive as an after market wiring??
12-14-2002 06:30 AM
orangecrush Check with Painless Wiring, they make stand alone wiring systems for this application. My friend did the exact same thing with an older camaro. It is a little on the expensive side, i think he paid around 400 dollars for his harness. I think this is the simplest way, unless you are an electrical engineer.
12-13-2002 05:17 PM
can i use a 4L60E tranny & computer with a carb. engine

I want to put a 4L60E with the original computer behind carburated 350. Anyone know what would be involved in hooking up the computer. IE: throttle position sensor, speed sensor etc.

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