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It could very well be that other Chrysler platforms used the same connector for the A/S switch over a period of years.
 

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In case someone with a '98 reads this, the '98 LH TCM is unique in that there were 2 versions of the TCM for 1998 cars - one for autostick, the other for non-autostick - the '98 TCMs can't read the cluster and change from non-autostick to autostick. The good news is that '99 and '00 TCMs are plug-n-play into the '98 car. You only have to get a TCM from a car with the same engine (i.e., 2.7 or 3.2/3.5) to match the speedometer/odometer pinion factor as determined by the transaxle transfer chainset sprocket ratio for correct speedo/odo readings.
 
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