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Trans Temp electrical location?

I saw on another thread about the bolt that you take out and plug in the adaptor and then run the wire off of it. I just want to make sure which bolt we are talking about and I took some pics. Is it the small bolt next to the transmission harness? And what size adaptor do i need to buy to hook the sensor into?

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that's the right plug that you put the sensor in. i just did it two weeks ago:). my sensor just screwed straight in though. no adapter needed

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ok cool i just saw somewhere where you have to get a adaptor. How much trans fluid came out when you did this?
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yup...that is the proper spot........easy as taking that plug out and installing the sensor...
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