4l60, 4l60e ,700r4
Automatic? Probably the 700R4. The 700R4 was replaced by the 4L60-E in 1993 in the 1500 series.
The stock 5L Caprice comes with a 700r4 transmission so no upgrade would be needed. VBdenny **funny, cuz mine doesnt. 4L60 and i think its pretty WEAK! Does anyone who knows what they're talking about know about this problem? i need a strong-BAD-ASS Auto-tranny that wont let me down- for $$CHEAP$$ inexpensive, im not rich! that's why I drive a 92 Caprice Station Wagon!!! "What parts/components/Transmission do i need to UPgrade my tranny?" Thanks Ken D. The 4L60 is the newer name for the 700R4. It's the same transmission. The 700R4/4L60/4L60E are all weak transmissions, especially the 4th gear clutchpack. If you upgrade transmissions, you should purchase a large transmission cooler. This will lengthen the life of the tranny.
Most likely it is a THM 700R4/ 4L60.
tecnicaly yes it was renamed 4l60 e
it should be the 700r4 4 speed auto no 4l60 or 4l80
They did not use a 700R4 in 2000 model. It would be a 4L60E.
There isn't a tv cable on the 96. GM replaced the 700R4 / 4L60 with the 4L60E transmission in 1993. They are electronic soleniod controlled transmissions thus eliminating the need for a tv cable.
It'll fit, but it won't work - the 4L60E is an electronically controlled transmission, whereas the 4L60 (itself simply a rebadged 700R4) is a mechanically controlled transmission. 1992 was the last year mechanical transmissions were used in these vehicles.
It takes a 4L60 Transmission.
You need to find out what transmission model you have - either it's a 4L60 (most likely) or a 4L80. 1992 was the last year they used mechanical transmissions - anything newer than 1992 will have the electronically controlled 4L60E. You would want either a 700R4 transmission from 1984 - 1989 or a 4L60 (essentially the same transmission) from 1990 - 1992.
It uses a 4L60E transmission, which has been in service from 1993 to present. Theoretically, you could put a mechanical transmission, such as a 4L60, 700R4, or 200R4 into it, but you would need to have the ECM reflashed to remove the parameters which interface with the computer in the electronic 4L60E transmission.
I believe it is the 4L60 which was orignally named the 700R4. But it was renamed when the 4L60E was introduced.
700r4 82-87, 4L60 88-92
an automatic transmission for Chevy cars or trucks. it's a four speed with overdrive, so technically a five speed transmission. It's only a five speed if you count reverse. The 700r4 is a THREE-SPEED with overdrive. four forward gears. (aka 4L60) NOT the same as a 4L60E. The 4L60 is a Vacuum modulated gearbox. The 4l60E is ELECTRONICALLY shifted...
That is the 4l60 or 700r4 there should not be a swap issue if the 92 had overdrive.
Any 4L60E transmission, 1993 and up. The mechanical 4L60 and 700R4 from 1992 and earlier will not work.
If it has Regular Production option(RPO) code M30 listed on the SPID(in the glovebox) Yes, your vehicle has a 4L60-E Transmission, if it has a MD8 code, then your vehicle has a 700R4, or the non electronic version of the 4L60. This is all assuming the factory transmission is still installed. All S-10's, Corvettes, Camaros, and Full Size Pick Ups had 4L60e transmissions as standard equipment so I would have to assume yes.
4L60E which is the electronically controlled version of the 4L60, which is descended from the 200R4/700R4, etc. I am pretty sure 1994 is the first year for the 4L60E in the Caprice.
if it's an auto it is probably a 700r4, also known as a 4l60 ifit is an manual it probably has a borg t-5 nwc.
yes you can Most gm parts will enter change as long as the motor's match and the body style's are close The 91 (assuming it is an AUTOMATIC transmission) has a 700R4 + the 92 has a 4L60 trans ( most of the time ) the 4L60 is computer controlled + the truck will have a code if you put a 700R4 + you will need to get a kick down cable bracket + adapter for the throttle body.
The correct answer is a resounding MAYBE. It depends on what vehicle the 1993 is. Camaro, Caprice, corvette, firebird and yukons all got the 700r4 in 1993. Astros, Blazers, Suburbans, c&k 1500, and G series (vans) all got the 700r4 (aka 4L60) until 1992. in 1993 the 4l60e and 4L80e were introduced. They WILL NOT WORK IN A TRUCK BUILT BEFORE 1993. The 700r4 (4L60) is a vacuum shifted gearbox, the 4L60E & 4L80E are ELECTRONICALLY shifted (hence the "E"). The primitive "computer" used up until 1992 WILL NOT support the Electronic shift.
With what? The 4L60 came in many versions with different internal configurations and electronics. They don't all interchange by a long shot.