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Old 03-26-2003, 09:59 PM
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I took the 267 out of my 81 Camaro and am dropping in a 77 350. The 267 had an electrical sensor/connector just above the oil filter that connected to the tranny. Will I need that connector on the 350? Does this make the tranny shift properly? The 350 has a bolt in the block in the same exact spot where the sensor/connector is on the block of the 267. Will this connector unscrew out of the 267 block and screw into the block of the 350? I need your help, I'm putting the motor in tomarrow. Thanks, Bill

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