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Old 07-09-2004, 09:22 PM   #1
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I have a 91 LX that came with a auto. Now i need to upgrade. I was wondering if it would be cheaper to get a A9L computer off e-bay, or keep this one and get a chip. I have heard you can't replace the computer in a automatic car, with one that came from a stick car.
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Try talking to these guys, they may beable to point you in the right direction. http://www.americanmotorsport.com/
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more than likely you can do a chip.
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I have a 91 LX that came with a auto. Now i need to upgrade. I was wondering if it would be cheaper to get a A9L computer off e-bay, or keep this one and get a chip. I have heard you can't replace the computer in a automatic car, with one that came from a stick car.
You cna havea chip turn off all of the auto functions, if switching to a manual tranny...is this what you were trying to do?
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