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  1. terryduanemiller
    Hello WIN, I recently spoke to JBrown over the phone unfortunately he could not answer a few questions I have. He told me to contact you and rangerSVT which I did 4 days ago still no reply. here is the message i sent rangersvt;
    I have a 99 Mazda B2500 5spd
    Im swapping in a 2001 expo 5.0 and 4r70w
    I originally bought a 1996 expo, I have since scrapped that, as I have purchased tuning software that will disable PATS, I have recently purchased 2001 harness and computer but I do not have the matching transmission harness as I'm having a hard time finding one, I'm also having difficulty finding any info on trans harness diagrams. Can I use the trans harness from the '96? or 99-01 awd trans Harness?

    I will be using a 99-01 non-matching PATS expo steering column, will I run into any unforseen issues with pats?
    I do have the EVTM for the 96 expo and for the '99 Mazda
    Thanks for your time, Terry

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  • About win
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    Tampa, Florida
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    Vehicle Modifications
    Truck Specs:

    Tires/Wheels: Very ho-hum Explorer 15" alloys

    Engine Mods: 1996 Explorer 5.0 with TM headers

    Suspension Mods: Shortened front springs, 1" Bronco II rear sway bar

    Exterior Mods:

    Interior Mods: Set of late 90's Explorer Sport leather bucket seats, home grown storage/arm rest between them.

    Audio/Video Mods: Cheap Dual head unit, quite nice Infinity speakers.

    Custom Mods:

    Miscellaneous: Explorer 8.8" disk brakes diff with fresh spring perches, sway bar and shock mounts for the Ranger.


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  • Last Activity: 05-20-2018
  • Join Date: 01-16-2014


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