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I've searched, and read about it being done, but I don't know where to place it. Can anyone explain this to me (seeing how I don't know JACK about transmissions, much less electric ones:duh), or maybe throw some pics in or something?

I'm in the process of pulling mine out today and tomorrow, figured it's a perfect time to do some work. I was planning on a new oil pan gasket, both main seals, and a new pick up for the oil pump. It sure would be nice to know how to wire in that resistor!
 

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SigEpBlue posted it, and the resistor goes between the EPC and VPWR wires on the harness. I can't tell you the exact location, but he's posted pictures of it after people have asked.

I had it in my favorites, but lost it after ****ing firefox 3 updated.
 

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well theres two ways you can do it, you can do it the way bronco4life said or i herd this one guy put his inline on the EPC wire and it worked better then sigs but i cant confirm his experience on that
 

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What is it?
 

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its an adjustable shift kit, alls you do is change out from the 50ohm to the 100ohm depending on how harsh you want the biatch to shift, cost like $5 but is slightly confusing b/c theres two different storys on how to do it in the thread

i wish i could find it ive been looking for a bit know but it dont look like it exists anymore, time to talk to sig again.........maybe hell chime in:D
 

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