All of them. seriously.
700R4 and 200-4R can typically be used with minor modifications for most applications. Modifications are usually limited to driveshaft length, crossmember type or position, and downshift cable setup.
as long as it is a chevy bolt pattern th400
There are several GM automatic transmissions that have the Chevy bolt pattern. Powerglide, TH200, TH2004R, TH350, TH375, TH400, TH700R4. These same transmissions also came with the BOP bolt pattern, so make sure you get one from a Chevy.
Yes, those GM 3400 motors are the same. The transmissions are different -- 4L60e versus a 4L65e
In late 1999 GM. changed and compleatly REDESIGNED The frames, engines, Transmissions nothing will interchange below 1999. NOTHING IS THE SAME.
Any other GM 3800 Series II will interchange.
There is no band adjustment in GM automatic transmissions.
He invented a family of transmissions for General Motors (GM).
From what I understand GM still owns the Pick up truck plant in Baltimore,and the Hybrid electric operations. the remainder is no longer owned by GM. Allisontech
No, Starting in 1999 GM. changed the bell housing design.
Yes it will if there both 4x4 Transmissions.
As far as light duty (Class 1 - 4) trucks go, just General Motors. Ford uses their own transmissions, and Dodge uses the Aisin transmission. If you look into medium- and heavy duty trucks, several manufacturers have the Allison automatic transmissions as an option (for example, you can get them with the Ford F650 and F750), but these are quite different from the transmissions used in GM light duty pickups.
Yes they will interchange ....... The GM part number is 10216351
yes you just replace the manifolds and couple sensors
Any other GM A-body should work (82-96 Buick Century, Olds Cutlass Ciera, Pontiac 6000)
yes, ford and dodge interchange (same hub diameter) and they both will fit on a Chevy but Chevy will not interchange with ford or dodge.
Yes, you can. http://www.keislerauto.com/gm/gm-bare-transmissions/6-speed-manual/gm-t56-for-1983-92-camaro/firebird-street-rod-kit-car/shop.flypage_tabs.html
It may not have one. Some GM transmissions are sealed for life.
I would say maybe. First of all the 1998 would have a 5.7 L 350 cu in engine, while a 2003 would most likely have a 5.3 L 327 cu in engine. The block size could still be the same mind you. Both transmissions were 4 speed automatics with overdrive. Contact your GM parts counter and they will tell you for sure.
70% of all GM vehicles are not made in the U.S. So 30% are built here but some of the engines, transmissions, and other parts are made in other countries.
that's an A-body so it should interchange with a chevelle, GTO or tempest, or a buick regal of 67.
I have used the kit in the turbo 350 and the 700R4 GM transmissions with good results.
gm says 96 and 97 are identical and can be changed back and forth
depends what parts u need but the Pontiac tempest is almost thE SAME.