2004R

Street Sweeper22

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I tried searching all the forums for information about upgrading my 3 speed to a 2004R. So if this question has been covered I apologize How hard is it to put a 2004R in my 84 Regal that currently has the stock 3 speed?
 

stew86MCSS396

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Your '84 should have the extension piece welded in on the driver side that accepts the 2004R crossmember which is what you need. Same length so same driveshaft. There's a metal plate with "PRNOD321" that installs over the "PRND21." The TV cable that attaches to the carb adjustment is critical. gbodyforum+200-4r+swap
 
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Street Sweeper22

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Your '84 should have the extension piece welded in on the driver side that accepts the 2004R crossmember which is what you need. Same length so same driveshaft. There's a metal plate with "PRNOD321" that installs over the "PRND21." The TV cable that attaches to the carb adjustment is critical. gbodyforum+200-4r+swap
I have a néw double hump cross member and I had to unhook the cable that runs the gear selector to get my hand controls to fit so I just go by feel. I got a new tv cable and I watched a few videos on it. I feel pretty confident on that one. Time will tell, right lol. Thank you for your input. If you think of anything else let me know. Your help is appreciated
 

nycutlass

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the hardest part to the whole swap is getting the tv cable right and stay calibrated correctly that means keeping a eye on it and time to time adjusting it if the cable stretched
 
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Looks like you have the important stuff covered. What power level is your motor?
 
Oct 14, 2008
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Yeah, bone stock in good shape should last no problem.
 

Street Sweeper22

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Yeah, bone stock in good shape should last no problem.
I also got an external lock up kit and new transmission cooler lines. I got the new lines because when I put a new radiator in the threads were kind of stripped so I thought better safe than sorry. I hope I got everything covered. The shift linkage worries me a little bit.
 

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