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Which solenoid (bulkhead) connector does your transmission have? Examine the connector and the transmission plug to make sure you're choosing correctly. Click on the pictures below to see a larger view.Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
IMPORTANT! Use the locking tabs, pointed out by the arrows, to determine which version you have.
The number of pins don't matter. Use the shape of the connector shell and the locking tabs to identify them.
Which range (PRNDL) sensor does your transmission have? Examine the sensor and its connector to make sure that you're choosing correctly. Click on the pictures below to see a larger view.Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
If you have an '89 to '94 transmission with the original design range sensor, you will need to replace it with the updated version in order to be compatible with our controller. If you have a '95 to '97 transmission with a damaged or missing range sensor, you can purchase this one as a replacement.It's important to note that you can't use an 4R70W/AODE range sensor on an E4OD, despite some part stores selling 4R70W/AODE range sensors for E4OD transmissions. Using the wrong range sensor will result in error codes on the controller.Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
Do you need an updated range sensor?
Which speed sensor connector does your transmission have? Examine the connector and the transmission plug to make sure you're choosing correctly. Click on the picture below to see a larger view.Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
The normal speed sensor connector is pictured below. If you have an electronic PSOM speed sensor, you would instead need to splice the controller's speed sensor wires onto the existing wires at the PCM connector.
Do you have a carburetor? Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
You will need a throttle position sensor to use the Quick 2. Choose the TPS kit below that is compatible with your carburetor. These TPS kits come with all necessary hardware for installation, such as TPS, Brackets, Bolts, and Fittings.Use the buttons below to make your choice, then click Next to continue.
Throttle Position Sensor Kit for Holley Carburetors with no choke. While this kit is designed for Holley carburetors with no choke, it can be adapted to other carburetors and injector pumps.
Throttle Position Sensor Kit for Holley 4160/4150-Style Carburetors with Electric Choke. This TPS kit is an official Holley product designed by Holley for their own carburetors. High quality design with OEM appearance.
Throttle Position Sensor Kit for Edelbrock Carburetors. This TPS kit is designed and manufactured by US Shift. High quality design that appears to be part of the carburetor. Discount applies when purchased with US Shift controller.
This throttle position sensor kit is designed for Street Demon carburetors only and will not fit other Demon models.
Would you like to add a slit loom kit to your order? With this kit, you'll receive enough slit loom to encase your wiring harness, protecting it from high temperatures and road debris.
Would you like to add a pin removal tool to your order? This allows you to remove the pins from the connector shell so that you can feed the wires through a small hole in the firewall.
Now that we know which components your system will need, click the Finish button to review them for accuracy and begin the checkout process.
If you experience any difficulty during the ordering process, please contact our support team for assistance.
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