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How do you troubleshoot a 1997 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 transmission?

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2011-04-23 16:41:18
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You NEED a OBDII engine scanner so you can go into the transmission mode and scan the transmission to see if it has any electrical problems / computer problems.

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NO. They are all together different. You must put the 4L60E transmission BACK in the 1997.


Yes they are both 4L60E transmissions as long as they are both out of a 2 wheel drive.


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That would be the 4L60E transmission.


No it will not fit CORRECTLY. You will need to get a 96 or 97 4L60E transmission so it will fit and everything will BOLT UP.



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