No it will not. The only transmission that will WORK in the 96 IS A 1996 MODEL. NO other years will interchange.
NONE. That is a Chevy transmission only.
Any Chevy transmission will bolt to any Chevy engine.
Yes it will. Unless one or the other has an aftermarket transmission.
the car is a 82 Chevy camaro and the other is 91 Chevy caprice classic
I have a 1995 chevy 4x4 with 4l60e which is bad i have other 4l60e out of a 1997 chevy 4x4 will it work ?
The Acura has, on average, has no more transmission issues that any other model of car.
If it's an automatic transmission, then it's a THM 700R4/4L60, and it's used in almost every type of RWD vehicle Chevy makes, whether a full size car, a van, a pickup or an SUV. They probably built about 50 million of these transmissions, worldwide.
Dexron II or any other transmission fluid for GM vehicles.
It is between the back of the engine and the front of the transmission. You must remove the transmission to get to it. NO other way.
The cable that runs from the throttle body to the transmission is the detent cable. The other cable is the speedometer cable.
Between the engine block and transmission. You will either have to remove the engine or transmission to get to them. NO OTHER WAY.
No matter what kind of engine you have all transmission can differ in size shape and many other factors
A 1995 should work.
What about it? Chevy will interchange regardless of the years. Wiring and plumbing is going to vary but it will bolt to the transmission. Buick, Olds, Pontiac will interchange with each other with the same issues. They will not bolt up to a chevy transmission unless you have a duel pattern transmission that has both bolt patterns on it.
Yes, however, you will need the transmission, computer, and other related parts, needed to make the 5.3 run.
Any model year from 1995 - 2005 should fit.
Any C/K 1500
If this is an automatic, it would be in view on one side or the other close to the firewall. If this is a stick or manual transmission you don't have a dip stick.
The Transmission Fluid Check bolt is in the front right part of the Transmission Pan. This is in regards to a 1998 Chevy Cavalier (since I have one myself) and may not be correct for any other year. This bolt is just to check the fluid level is correct and will not drain the entire Transmission fluid reservoir, you must remove the pan to remove the transmission fluid.
Not directly, but you could check with Advance Adapters or other for the necessary adapter.
First of all....a 350 Chevy is a small block. To answer your question...No. The only transmission a Chevy will bolt to is another Chevy. Only BOPC are interchangeable with each other. At least the old ones anyway.
You must pull the transmission out are the engine out to fix the freeze plug on the back of the engine. It's your choice. There is no other way.
It will if the 99 is the new body style. But if the 99 body looks like all the other bodys from 99 down then NO it will not work.