There must have been alot of revision in the TCM between the 93 and 96 years, as the transmission shift 100% different. Alot smoother in D mode, and alot firmer in A/s mode.
The hardest part I thought was going to be the drilling of the TCM Connector. NOT SO! It was the easiest hing to do actually. And the pins fit in and lock in as if factory installed.
You can bet once Cold weather comes around, I will be taking a drive to the Drag strip.
Tomorrow, I install the cluster, so I can set the needles right using a Scanner. And also make sure the TCM is in Learn Mode.
Already with just a few miles driving it, it feels alot sportier!
I miss my plymouth breeze i swapped in a v6 and autostick from a stratus, it was a very fun car to drive, I don't think my engine or trans can handle the way i drive with a/s though at it's age. It'll have to wait until i find a 300m special with lower miles to have fun like that again.