So far everything i have looked at is the same up to 2000. This New state of the art control module can be surface or flush mounted and is small enough to fit in consoles, dashes, door panels, or even armrest. The number of lug nuts indicates the rating of the truck, and 6 lug nuts generally indicate a light-duty truck. Also something about the adapter from the transmission to transfer case i have been told is different. Can anyone tell me if it'll work? Held on to the transmission with four bolts. There is an exception to the above information. For those wanting to swap a 4L60E into an earlier car, you also need to think about speedometers.
This transmission can still be found in light-duty van applications as well as in the overseas market in the Holden Commodore. You will need to install an aftermarket lockup kit. It weighs 133 pounds without transmission fluid. Plate has holes in plate, marked in diagram below. So you can see why im desperate to find the right info. The 4 gears available in this transmission are 3. There followed a fourth and most recent 4L60E evolution that accommodates an input shaft reluctor that does not effectively interchange with earlier converters.
If not, I would check the valve body, servos, and solenoids next. If your Yukon is a 4wd you can use the z71 one or the trailblazer if it was a 4wd unit. Here you go, the Simple Shift transmission controller is your solution. The fluid didn't smell burnt so I may get off the hook but usually we're not so lucky. Physically, it will fit fine. You saw it here first. Long story, got a trans with an odd shift sometimes, that works fine mostly, out of a 2001 5.
As with all interchange stories, a successful swap is dictated by handling all the fine points. Price may vary with model. Never seen a non-E with that before. The flywheel goes on first then the spacer. One of the most common problems with this transmission is losing the ability to use the reverse gear, commonly caused by debris buildup. Can anyone explain the process of how to do that? You must tell us if you need speedometer gears. I was not aware of the different 4L60e transmissions prior to installing it, unfortunately.
What was wrong with your trans? So since i never had a problem with the 3kcd and the reman numbers say it's the same as a 4kcd it should be fine. With the spacer, you will also need a two-piece rear main seal flexplate. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I know the valve bodies did have changes, but the gear ratios have not changed as far as I know. Two other options are you can go with an aftermarket stand alone transmission controller but they are big money.
The adapter mounts between the crankshaft and the flexplate with the center portion of the hub protruding through the flexplate. I go to the junk yard and tell them and they agree to give me a different trans, but the problem is they don't have one from a 2003 only a 2004. Although i think i am capable of the job i dont need the headaches resulting from it. On some trucks the crossmember will slide to the rear. You can use the computer you have now on 1998 up models with the use of our 10X wiring harness. Is your 95 2500 the light duty six lug version, or does it have the 8 lug axles?? Thanks - I couldnt think of the word for what that cover was, Inspection cover. This new flexplate would be used when taking the 4L60E out and replacing it with the 4L80E.
If there is any interest I will add what I can from my own experiences with interchanging 4l60e's in different year models. I'm not a trans guy by any means. The Silverado transmission doesn't have 2nd gear so looking to just swap them out if possible. Thank you very much for you time and suggestions. Basically you have two options. The two transmissions were mostly similar, with a major difference being the upgrade from hydraulically to electronically controlled transmissions.
An accomplished engine builder and technical expert, he will focus on the tech-heavy content that is the foundation of EngineLabs. This ia a brown wire on 95's. Or if you could tell me what transmissions 4L60e models i can interchange with. Bert Physically, it will fit fine. Being on a tight budget and in need of the truck being back on the road asap, id like to pick up a used trans and throw it in. Will not interchange with '95 unless changing 3-2 solenoid, valvebody casting, and seperator plate.
I have also put a two piece 98 model 4l60e in the place of 97 model one piece and I had to swap the cooler line fittings from the clip style back to flare fitting style and this swap worked just fine and customer was happy. With a rebuild kit that includes all new clutches duh , thrust washers and especially seals, you'll have a good piece on hand. Third gear is 1:1, with overdrive again engaged to create Fourth. All 4L60E transmissions at present will swap right in. The 4L60E and 4L65E are built at in and have also been built at Romulus Transmission in and , Mexico. But thats another whole story in itself. Has holes in plate marked in diagram.