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Old 08-31-2010, 01:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mount points on D series automatic transmission

Does anyone know if the mount points on the D15B2 auto trans is the same as the mount points on a D16Z6/Y8 automatic? Or even if a D16Z6 engine and trans will work with a D15B2 auto? I know they will bolt up, but is there a difference since one is from an OBD0 engine and the other from a OBD1 engine?

Also, would anyone know how different the axles from the D15B2 auto compared to the Z6 would be?

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