Automatic? Probably the 700R4. The 700R4 was replaced by the 4L60-E in 1993 in the 1500 series.
It is a 4l80e if its a automatic
That would be a 4L80E Transmission.
That should be a 4L80E transmission.
It is bolted in the drivers side of the transmission tail shaft housing. That is were the driveshat fits into the transmission. It is held in place with 1 bolt.
No it will not work in a 1997 Chevy 1500. First the case doesn't have the bosses for the neutral safety switch which is on the drivers side of the case. Second the solenoids inside the transmission are different for 1997 and 1993. Third the wiring harness inside the transmission is different for 1993 and 1997.
type of fluid for 5 speed manual transmission
4L60-E or 4L80-E.
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the transmission pan from the bottom of the transmission to drain the fluid.
1993-1996 automatic transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V) 1993-2005 manual transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V)
The automatic transmission fluid capacity is 5.0 quarts.
NO. the wireing harness is different for the 4L80E.
the transmission is called a <getrage> German
YES. They are the same.
You can use any kind of SAE certified automatic transmission fluid in your 1993 Nissan Pathfinder. You can check the automatic transmission fluid level with the transmission dipstick.
A 1993 Chevy does not have a carburetor, it is fuel injected.
Any 4L60E transmission, 1993 and up. The mechanical 4L60 and 700R4 from 1992 and earlier will not work.
All 1/2 tons / 1500 trucks used the 4L60E in them. From 1993 to date.
It takes 30 gallons of gas to fill up a 1993 Chevrolet Blazer 1500. Features of this vehicle include power steering, and a manual transmission.
I believe that is an E4OD automatic transmission