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How do I change the pin configuration in the wiring harness?

Replaced e4od transmission with a '95 model e4od tranny from an F-250 w/5.8l engine. The 94 had diodes in the tranny and the '95 moved them to the ECM. I have the wiring harness from the '95.

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dont think so the eod4 controlls. all your comp eng needs timming. fuel -ect

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SOURCE: will a 2001 E4OD transmission fit my 96 F150

hi yes the bolt pattern is the same but thr ****** its self is a loot biger and u need cpu to controll thr unit so no that wont work for u replac unit with the same 1

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