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gm run the 4l60e trans in just about every rear wheel drive vehicle they make. But to answer your question you have a 4l60e. I believe they started using them in 93 or 94.
94 GMC Noma 4.3 CPI auto - under construction01 Trans Am Ws6 - Garage Queen12 RAM 1500 CC Hem, stock for now, 17.9 mpg on avg. 01 GMC Noma 2.2L auto - SOLD99 blazer 4dr 2wd - SOLDGOIN BROKE BUT N STYLE
They"re basicly the same tranny, but they don"t all interchange.You need one from a 2.2You also need one from a 98 or newer.The Hollinger cross referance says only 98 and 99 interchange,but I put a 2001 tranny in mine
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a 4L60E is a 700R4, but with one minor (but very nice) upgrade. its an electronically controlled 700R4, the only problem with the electronics is the fact that you have to have your ECM programmed or a performance chip added to give you some crisp shift points. just pulled a 350 vortec from a 98 tahoe that has the exact same tranny, so imo, i would say its a keeper, lol
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not true. A shift kit will do the same thing. making the ecm shift the tranny harder is possible. the only problem with that is that it puts a real strain on teh seperator plate. I have seen the shift balls sent thru that plate due to ecm program only.
94 GMC Noma 4.3 CPI auto - under construction01 Trans Am Ws6 - Garage Queen12 RAM 1500 CC Hem, stock for now, 17.9 mpg on avg. 01 GMC Noma 2.2L auto - SOLD99 blazer 4dr 2wd - SOLDGOIN BROKE BUT N STYLE
i know this is an old thread, but does anyone know where i can find the information to what 4L60"s are interchangable into a 2000 2.2? I"m also wondering if anyone knows if a 2pc driveshaft out of a 4.3 auto is interchangable with a 2pc driveshaft out of a 2.2 auto?thanks for any help you guys can give me
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