tranny

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by 347stroker, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. 347stroker

    347stroker New Member

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    hi guys i have a 94gt and my tranny went on it. i have a tranny from a 1989 will this tranny work in my car?
    i have looked over both of them and there almost the same. the 89 has a plug in on the drop and the 94 doesn't
    any info will be great thank.
     
  2. ryclef331

    ryclef331 Well-Known Member

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    If you're talking a 5 speed...it won't work. The input shaft on the 89's tranny is 5/8ths of an inch shorter than the SN-95s
     
  3. TRUUBLE

    TRUUBLE -Never Forget-

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    I have a TKO for sale . . freshly rebuilt. Its set up for a 94/95 and has a McLeod SFI Bellhousing and a Steeda Triax. Lemme know if your interested.
     
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    wcngt New Member

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    Is the input shaft good on the 94 tranny? If it is you can just switch the input shafts and bearing retainers. Then your good to go.
     
  5. 347stroker

    347stroker New Member

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    thanks i just changed the input shafts she should work good now right. what about the sensour on the top of the tranny?
     
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    I believe it is the neutral safety switch...the older models had it on the top of the case. Just leave it in and unplugged you should be fine.
     
  7. 347stroker

    347stroker New Member

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    i put my bellhousing from my 94 on it . so where is the driveshaft spacer and where can i get one
     
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    wcngt New Member

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    You wont need the drive shaft spacer. If you switched to the 94 input shaft and the 94 bellhousing that is all you need. No spacers or anything. The difference in the trannies is the shaft and bellhousing. So your good to go.
     
  9. 347stroker

    347stroker New Member

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    thanks alot guys im putting it in tonoght i will tell u guys how it turns out
     
  10. wytstang

    wytstang Well-Known Member

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    wcngt is correct no spacer needed as long as the input shaft was swaped over along with the 94 bell.....