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Old 04-23-2011, 03:53 PM   #1
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Trying to locate a position for the US GEAR solenoid in a Buick Enclave. Anyone know the best place for it? Crowded under the drivers seat and the inside passenger firewall. I have the unit under the seat in a 97 Honda Accord. Anyone out there find a good place for the Solenoid?
Thought the top of the transmission might work but then agian will it work OK under the hood.


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Pollo man,

If it's the cable length that is throwing you then call US Gear and get the correct length that you will need for the perferred under seat positioning.

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Might just end up under the seat. Cannot believe how much stuff is under there.
Length? Not there yet.
Thanks for your two cents.
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It's under the drivers seat on my Jeep. Seems to be Ok
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