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Odd are...no. Because of the electronics involved. Look up a rebuilt transmission on a website such as Rockauto.com and see if the transmissions for the two vehicles are the same. Lots of subtle differences are often present between models and years which make them incompatable. If your transmission doesn't work now I'd just have it tested then removed and repaired instead of taking the risk of installing a transmission that won't work and having to remove it again.
Posted on Oct 15, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check under drivers door sill step. There is a spice I believe the wires are red or pink in color. The splice will be wrapped in black hockey tape looking stuff. Peel the the hockey tape stuff off and you will find that this splice is corroded and not making contact anymore. You can repair this splice and your problems will be fixed. Be sure to use some good heat shrink on your repair to prevent from happening again.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
check fuse make sure wire under steering wheel is contacting metal and check horn with voltage to see if its good and also use voltmeter to see if there is voltage present when the horn is depressed
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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