Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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If all fails, don't do the standard swap. Replace the auto. The standard swap takes a whole lot of parts and a re flashed CPU in the truck. Not a cheap deal unless you have a donor truck. I want a standard in mine. The auto cant handle the power. I procrastinated on a complete swap kit for 1500 beans, used of course, but it sold before I got there. Never seen one since, and parting it together at the wrecker was about 3k, so pretty mad at myself for missing that one. Stick with the auto, get the HD if you have to redo it.
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