But i know this is now not true. What years will a complete takeout motor interchange with this one? A replacement transmission was purchased from a auto salvage yard. This is specific because the one-piece rear main seal crankshaft bolt pattern is different than the older two-piece rear main seal bolt pattern See Crank Flange chart. These are all stock though and not remans that I'm working with so who knows. Something like has a 6-bolt to a 5 bolt pattern or something like that. The '93 4L60 also had changes made for reverse apply.
The later 700R4s only had a provision for 1 switch. Pros and Cons As mentioned, the 4L60E was first introduced in 1992. But recently, both Chevrolet Performance and Lakewood have come up with a solution. From what I researched the trucks have a longer output shaft for the transfer case correct? This also included a change in the torque converter diameter and flexplate attachment pattern. So i hope you can decipher from this what i am trying to figure out.
What year transmission will interchange with this one? Edit - sorry the bellhousing is the same. The later 700R4s only had a provision for 1 switch. If it's a 1999 new body model I don't see why it wouldn't work? The number of lug nuts indicates the rating of the truck, and 6 lug nuts generally indicate a light-duty truck. Transmissions are undergoing radical change these days. 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.
Thank you very much for you time and suggestions. Is your 95 2500 the light duty six lug version, or does it have the 8 lug axles?? The two transmissions were mostly similar, with a major difference being the upgrade from hydraulically to electronically controlled transmissions. This ia a brown wire on 95's. And it also looks like the tail shaft may be a little different where it would bolt to the 4wd transfer case. Like I said, you're going to be rebuilding it anyway. Their chart says that transmission is a 99 model year.
What year transfer case will interchange with this one? I know this was answered for a 95 but need clarification for the 93. I just picked up a 2000 4L60E for a really good deal. The transmission weighs 146 pounds dry and 162 pounds with the fluids installed. That way I still am able to drive my truck around mode of transportation at this point in time, until summer anyways. The '93 4L60 uses a round, 5 pin case connector.
The reason for the different connector is the 4L60s unique pressure switch arrangement on the valve body that control converter clutch apply. I have a 2002 chevy silverado 1500 4X4 Z71 with the 5. You're the first source I've encountered that pointed the difference between the 700r4 and 4l60. I think I am going to swap the bell housings so then it can bolt to my 5. The 1999-2000 truck extended crank flange engines used a flat flexplate, but because the crank flange is extended 0. I wish I knew of you 7 yrs ago when my trans first went out. The 4 indicates that this is a 4 speed transmission, with it being an automatic transmission in this case.
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. This 4L60E came out of a 2000 Silverado 5. The traditional Gen I small- and big-block Chevy crankshaft arrangement extends the crankshaft flange 0. There is a valve body and separator plate difference so simply changing a few easy parts won't help. The big issues become forced 3-2 downshifts, and converter lock up issues and burnt lock up clutches. So, if the distance is 5. I was going to empty the case of the 2000 transmission and start with a bare case.
It's confusing and you just wind up with a frankenstein. So the new transmission is longer, so no way to swap the input shafts at all? To answer your questions in reverse, you can't do that. I was even able to keep the stock driveshaft, only doing a yoke swap for the bigger 4L80E output shaft. As with all interchange stories, a successful swap is dictated by handling all the fine points. Maybe what mods are required for the different models? None of the '93 -'97 4L60E's are directly interchangeable, except '93 and '94 and '96 and '97!!! The 4L60E transmission was first introduced in 1992 as an upgrade or replacement to the transmission, also known as the 4L60 transmission. In the event someone is researching a swap, here ya go: Here's the deal.
Now the transmission wont engage any gear. The original transmission went out about 6 weeks ago. The 4L60E is differentiated into an early version and a late version. I am just looking at my options for a used Trans. Just remember if you buy junk you own junk. The '93 4L60 also had changes made for reverse apply. One of the most common problems with this transmission is losing the ability to use the reverse gear, commonly caused by debris buildup.
Thank You very much for your time and for sharing that info. So no real loss there otherwise. Interchange says 1999-2000 are same, 2001 diff, 2002 diff. An Iowa native, Smith served a variety of roles at Car Craft before moving to the senior editor role at Hot Rod and Chevy High Performance, and ultimately returning to Car Craft. In my experience with these transmissions, when it locks you out of 3rd and 4th gear, but the others work, you have an electrical problem, and the guts of your trans are just fine. I know i refered to it as my truck but in reality its a good friend of mines truck and she was led to believe that the trans mission was purchased as being rebuil etc. Shift solenoid B works opposite 4L60E to 4L80E.