I would start @ the Fuel Filter Then the sock in the tank-IF the fuel pressure is OK then look @ the COIL etc.IF the Timing chain jumped a tooth-Serious power loss.IF all 8 Cylinder have Good Compression OR EQUAL Compression-IT is a spark or Fuel Problem. IF it has a Distributor EVEN a bad rotor will cause a serious power loss.
If it's a 1/2 ton then it will be a 700R4. 3/4 ton will have a 4L60E.
My 93 has a 4l60e. A 95 should have the same. It look like a 700r4 but it computer controlled.
First of all is that the 94 suburban has a 4L60E transmission in it. Therefore it will no work in the 87 model.
Should be the 700R4 trans.
You burban should have a 4l60e in it. All this is is a 700r4 with electronics added. If the bell housing is the same it will fit but it won't work due to the electronics.
700r4 NEW ANSWER: That would be the 400 turbo
I have the 4x4 version and it came with a TH-400.
Yes it will if the 700r4 is out of a 4x4 to start with.
You can't. No matter what you do to it. It will always be a 700R4
I think it was from 1988 through 1992 used the 700R4
Yes...and most of them came with the 700r4. If it wasn't originally equipped the 700r4 then you may have to change the tranny cross member.
what is the transmission capacity for a 1988 700r4 with transfer case
NO, Not even close. The 4L80E is an electronic / computer controlled transmission. The 700R4 is not.
turbo 350 or 700r4 turbo 350 or 700r4
NO.. Not even close. The 4L60E is a computer controlled transmission/ELECTRONIC transmission and the 700R4 is not.
Yes unless the 700r4 came behind a 2.8
That would be the 700R4
YES. If it is a 700R4 and is a 4x4 transmission. That truck came factory with a 700R4
You would need an electronically controlled engine with an ECM. The 700R4 in the 91 is a mechanically controlled transmission.. the 4L60E in the 95 is an electronically controlled transmission.