When you do the swap, you will also need to tie wire the cable that runs from the shifter to the steering column in the closed position. I think is's a neutral safety switch. The car will not start without doing this. I did it on my 98. Oh and like the rest of the guys said, you will need a tune on the ECU, mine would shut off when stopping at traffic lights until the ECU was corrected. All the parts can be sourced from a scrap yard pretty cheaply. LRS carries the drive shaft yoke [Item # M236041X ]for $72.99. [http://www.latemodelrestoration.com...line-Driveshaft-Yoke-Tremec-T45-3650-T56-Tko] Good luck with the swap and post pics if you can.