If you know a link that shows the electronic control mechanism in detail, not a block diagram i would like to evaluate what problems i may expect or not. Are you saying Performabuilt built you the wrong year trans? The replacement began in 1996 but was not fully phased in until 1998. The bolt on bellhousings used on the 4. A 60E from a '94 will but not a '96-newer without extra mods. It was developed jointly by Buick and Chevrolet to replace the two-speed Super Turbine 300 and aluminum case Powerglide transmissions. In its original incarnation as the Turbo-Hydramatic 400, it was first used in the 1964 model year in.
If I get a new one what do you guys recommend? The one in the '95 tranny is different from the one in the '96 and if you don't swap them, it'll still work, but you'll get some weird downshifting behavior. Also, both would have electric speedo and it doesn't run off the trans on a 4x4 anyways, it runs of the transfer case so you wouldn't even have to worry about that. If someone does this same swap they may have more dependability if they pull the wire harness and solenoids from the 95 and move over to the 2001 tranny, I couldn't say for sure without more detail on the electronic differences in the control modules and tranny. Just remember if you buy junk you own junk. I can say it would not work the other way. This feature was not exploited. This quick and easily performed scan can tell you a lot, and many prevent costly replacement of parts that are not really defective The next thing I would do is take the care in for a transmission tune up.
Thank you for the response. I can't remember which solenoid required the different connector but it had 2 for either solenoid. In less than three months the transmission was toast. If memory serves, the one to switch is closest to the driver's side. The number of lug nuts indicates the rating of the truck, and 6 lug nuts generally indicate a light-duty truck. This 2 piece case style was first seen in 1996 and up model , S-10 Truck, , and with the 4.
You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. If it doesnt work out Ill just sell the tranny and probably make a profit on it, but Id rather have it in my 'burb. Additionally, the removeable bellhousing is also another distinguishing feature. The first thing you should do is run a scan of the cars computer, sensors and solenoids. Will not interchange with any other year. Now if I can get the transfer case to go in, I'll be all set.
You will be able to find many answers to the 4l60e at helpwrench. In your case you will need either a transfer case from a truck with a 4L80E or just the transfer case input shaft from a 4L80E truck. Thanks - I couldnt think of the word for what that cover was, Inspection cover. The 4 gears available in this transmission are 3. Depending on what diagram you are looking for, as there are many.
The 4L60E naming also indicates a lot about the transmission. I about have the tranny out of it so I do need to figure out which way to go pretty quick. G Luck, hope it works out. I asume your car is a 92. These can be identified outside the vehicle with the torque converter removed by a narrow front pump spline. On to the question, I have a '95 'burb that is hurtin' for a new 4L60E. This replaced the 4L60 transmission, previously known as the , beginning in 1992 and used technology to improve on what was already a very popular transmission.
Six lug will be the 4L60E and 8 will be the 4L80E. Anyone know what the physical difference is between a 2001 4l60e with a 2 peice bellhousing and the earlier 1995 4l60e with a 1 peice bellhousing? I can't find any id 's on the block and nobody seems to be able to tell me the difference between the two. How to Work with and Modify the Turbo Hydra-matic 400 Transmission, , p. Now, here's where it gets fun. Well I know I should have checked this out before I purchased the tranny but I saw a 60e for cheap and jumped on it. I would think you could swap the shafts around to get it to work correctly. Likewise, the 4L60E is equipped with a very sweet over drive gear ratio of 0.
Click for more info on that. If you were versed in rebuilding these things, you could use anything up to 1998 with a little fuckery. Please help if you can. Not sure if any of this helps you or not. I have been searching this morning briefly to see what I could dig but up not much other then the differences inside. They are both from an s-10 pickup wit 4.
I did have to change out the wiring harness inside the tranny, because they damaged the 13 pin connector when they removed the 2001 tranny from the s-15 Jimmy. I found and purchased a clean exterior, and fluid 50k mile '99 4x4 4L60E, and now I want to know what all I will need to make this work. Its been tough finding a list of revisions for the 60e but Im still looking, if I find anything Ill post it here. There is only one flywheel for the 95 4. It's confusing and you just wind up with a frankenstein. Even most service manuals don't deal with the transmission. Their chart says that transmission is a 99 model year.