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.
4L60 or 4L60E
The transmission in a 2000 Astro is a 4L60E.
Yes. There were no major changes between the two. NEW ANSWER: Yes it will fit. But the problem is that the 1990 computer and transmission wiring harness will not operate that 1993 model 4L60E or the 4L80E transmission. Your 1990 model had the 700R4 in it and that is not electronic controlled like the 93 is.
Yes it will as long as the 98 trans is not out of a 4x4. SAMETHING
The transmission is a 4L60E.
The '94 Astro has a 4L60E transmission.
They did not use a 700R4 in 2000 model. It would be a 4L60E.
Most likely a 4L60E.
As an ex Chevy Mechanic I'm almost positive the answer is "it will fit". 4L60E transmissions if I remember correctly.
The bell housing should be the same. You're probably thinking of the other end of the transmission... there is a difference between the 4WD and 2WD transmission, where the 2WD transmission has an output which goes directly to the driveshaft, while the 4WD transmission has a mounting face for a transfer case, and the output goes into the transfer case... just find a 4L60E from a 2WD vehicle, and spare yourself a lot of hassle.
4l60e in comaros motecarlo s10 siverado astro jimmy surburben since92 or before
The 1/2 tons used the 4L60E and the 3/4 tons used the 4L80E.
It will be a 700R4 transmission
[No it will not the only reason is the 4L60E transmission in your 93 was manufactured with a wiring harness that is different. The only vehicle it was manufactured for was the 93-94 g20 sport van 4.3 v6 no other! yes it will bolt up and move the vehicle, but you will not have use of speedometer which will not allow the transmission to shift, thus ruining the transmission.] You are incorrect about a few things. First of all, the 4L60E was installed in ALL GM G-series vans from 1992-1996 and possibly later. It was not only installed in 93-94 Vans with the 4.3. Second, it is not the speedometer that would be the main problem. It would be the overall control of shifting, which is controlled by the ECM. In 1989, the transmission (700R4, most likely) also had a TV cable, which aided in shifting and it was partially controlled by the ECM. The 4L60E is completely electronically controlled. There are kits to install a 4L60E in older vehicles and it is such an improvement over the 700R4 that it is worth the added expense for the computer kit..
what is the blue book value of a 1993 Chevy van 20 chervon
Should be a 700R transmission.
A 1991 Chevy Van has a 4 speed automatic transmission. The engine on the 1991 Chevy Van is a 4.3 L V6 and a 6.2 L Diesel engine is also available as an option.
Only if the van is a 4x4 too.
700R4 transmission Always automatics
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