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Old 04-14-2017, 02:34 AM   #1
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95 trans in a 94

Are the automatic transmission connectors the same on a 95 camaro 3.4 and a 94 camaro 3.4
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It won't work as a straight up swap. In 95 the TTC went to PWM. To use a 95 trans in a 94 you have to use the 94 converter and valve body or use the 95 PCM and add some wiring to make the PWM solenoid work.
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Can I just take the wiring harness and pcm out of the 95 and put it in the 94 will that work

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Can I just take the wiring harness and pcm out of the 95 and put it in the 94 will that work?
No. 95 is pretty unique, in that it was the transition year from OBD1 to OBD2. pretty much nothing electronically controlled works from 95 to any other year. A lot of items are physically compatible, but not electronically.

You would have to switch over the torque converter and valve body (neither of those are difficult if you have a 94 and a 95 transmission), so that the electronic controls are the 94 version (specifically, not having electronic controls)
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Oh thanks the only reason why I want to switch Transmissions is the one in the 94 which I'm using one of the gears sticks so be for this problem I could be doing 80 to 90 mph around 2 to 3000 rpm but now I'm like at 4.5 to 5 and have to keep tapping gas pedal till it shifts to a higher gear any ideas

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Don't go so fast?

Lol. You might need to adjust the bands... Or change the fluid/filter.
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Lol thanks I'm gonna try to change the fluid and filter

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