Depending on your car you have one of 2 things the speedo cable hooks to in the trans. It iether goes directly in to a gear in side the trans or hooks to a gear box which redirects a secound cable to the trans speedo gear. good luck Don
change out the intake, throttle body, exhaust, get a tuner like predator, switch to the slp ram air, and cut your egr valve.
You can make it fit but not without some modification. You see the V6 Fbody has an angled throttle body and intake, Trans Ams have a different style connection. I have seen it done before but with all the trouble you will go through I would not recommend it. A Cold Air Intake would be a suitable alternative.
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Located on the passenger side of throttle body housing
just about the only thing you have to do is get a intake that is drilled for vortec heads or put a set of pre 87 heads on it. I just did one in a truck and the two center intake bolts on the throttle body motor go in straight and they go in on a angle on the older motor.
it is part of the trans range sensor. mounted on the right side of the trans. The shift lever hooks to it also
The antifreeze is not coming from your transaxle actually it is usually from your intake ,running down the trans case. This is a very common problem that 3.1,3.4 lt have is leaks at the intake.You have to replace your intake seals. But check under your throttle body ass. to make sure its the intake and not the heater hose connection that runs underthere.
on the trans were shifting linkage hooks up
Those are for your vacuum lines.You will need rubber hose for them..If you have power brakes,One goes to the brake booster. One is for vaccuumm diaghram on auto trans and on is to vaccuum canister. unused ones can be plugged off.
the TPS (throttle position sensor) controls the idle.
On top of the trans underneath the intake manifold.
It is on the side of the transmission were the shifter cable hooks to the trans.
It is on the side of the transmission were the shifter cable hooks to the trans. That will be the NS switch.
It is under the hood, on the driver side front of the engine. It is part of the assembly that the throttle cables hook on to.
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The T V cable is a "Throttle Valve" cable and is located by the throttle body and is part of the throttle and can be adjusted by simply pushing on the adjustment part of the TV....by adjusting the cable it will affect the shift points of your trans.
It is mounted above the valve body on a dodge 42re trans.
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On the side of the engine, either on the passenger side or the drivers side , just follow the positive cable from the battery and it hooks to the starter.
It is in the rubber snoot that comes off the TB
it is on the back side of engine under intake--the bolts are on trans side got to them w/ air intake hose off