We are doing a trans swap on a 1995 S-10 that had a 1993 trans in it,and they are right a 1995 is a stand alone trans year,when we got the truck it was fine but within two weeks the trans was shot,so before we went to get a used one I researched and found out about the differences,so we got a trans from a 1995 that is the right one,after I got the bad one out that is when I found the date stamp on it that said 93 so that was the problem,wrong trans wrong codes,when buying used try to go with the same year because newer may be worse then what you have to begin with. February 2005 is when they added in the trans for the 2005 Silverado. Pros and Cons As mentioned, the 4L60E was first introduced in 1992. If you plan to rebuild it yourself, look for 4L60E transmission kits that include friction modules, steel modules, solenoids, sprags, gasket seal and ring kits, bushing kits, molded pistons, and filters. The extra fab work of changing to the 80 simply wont allow it. As it sits 335hp and 370tq.
Also unfortunately the salvage yard wont refund money just exchange only. In 1993 the 4L60 was updated to add electonic controls and it was designated 4L60E. There is a lot information that we have as a collective that could help clear up some questions and shed some light on some gray areas. The 4L60E naming also indicates a lot about the transmission. Be aware the external balance weights for 383c.
Truck engines such as the 4. For those wanting to swap a 4L60E into an earlier car, you also need to think about speedometers. The traditional small-block six-bolt bellhousing pattern is the best and easiest way to identify a 4L60E style transmission if you find one at the swap meet for sale. It has an 11 pin case connector. I would think you could swap the shafts around to get it to work correctly.
Many come with the bell housing, torque converter, and rear tail housing. Then again I know the 2kbd did not work right though and the reman says it's the same. Some of the most popular car applications were the Chevrolet Corvette, Camaro, Caprice, and Impala, just to name a few. Im sorry to dig up an old thread here. The 1999-2000 truck extended crank flange engines used a flat flexplate, but because the crank flange is extended 0.
Or they are jerking you around. This differentiation occurred in 1996. Funny though I use the search function to try to find what I want to know and this is the response. Not sure if any of this helps you or not. Are you saying Performabuilt built you the wrong year trans? It's confusing and you just wind up with a frankenstein. If you have a 2wd Yukon.
Thing is I had both engines already when I swapped them in an 4. Beginning in 2007, the 4L70E transmissions upgraded the input shaft with an integrated input shaft speed sensor. An extra solenoid was added to the valve body to control the pulsed lock up strategy of the conerter clutch. I'd probably get with a trans shop for further recommendations. Has holes in plate, marked in diagram below.
You're honestly better off though ordering a complete rebuild kit and rebuilding the one you already have in my opinion. If your Yukon is a 4wd you can use the z71 one or the trailblazer if it was a 4wd unit. Thank you for the response. The next major change was a six-bolt extension housing in 1993, compared to the original four-bolt. Ok I have a 2001 S10 blazer 4wd and I need a Automatic Trans 4l60e Now I have looked at Car-part. The larger pattern can then be slightly elongated inboard to adapt to the 11. So, with a whole day of testing and tuning.
I was not aware of the different 4L60e transmissions prior to installing it, unfortunately. The two transmissions were mostly similar, with a major difference being the upgrade from hydraulically to electronically controlled transmissions. Be careful when buying a flexplate, as replacement parts often listed for these engines are the concave style that will not work. I think I am going to swap the bell housings so then it can bolt to my 5. Due to its widespread use, this transmission is likely one of the most common transmission on the highways today. I am just repeating what I was told. I have been looking all over the net and have found much conflicting information.
That makes finding a transmission much easier to find. I am attempting a 99 into a 97. If you have an M33, that is a Special transmission for the Hybrid Silverado's. Are there parts that I can swap from my old trans to make the older years work? Also something about the adapter from the transmission to transfer case i have been told is different. Although i think i am capable of the job i dont need the headaches resulting from it. I updated my previous post as well. I just picked up a 2000 4L60E for a really good deal.