what kind of transmission s in my 97 gmc jimmy 4x4?
It is a 4L60E
The transmission lines on a 2000 GMC Jimmy 4x4 are replaced by disconnecting the lines at the radiator and then the side of the transmission. They are then removed from the bottom of the vehicle and new lines put in place.
No it will not. The design of the 2002 Transmission is different.
No. Major changes in transmissions during that time gap
the simple answer is YES. though, a 94 would be either a t.b.i. system or early vortec. if it is a vortec, the swap shouldn't require a p.c.m. reflash- however if your 94 is a t.b.i. you will need to change the intake and fuel delivery systems to handle the 60 p.s.i. operating pressure for the vortec engine.
The gear ratio of a 2001 GMC Jimmy 4x4 is probably 3.73. The ratio is listed on a plate in the glove compartment on most models.
you read the directions!HAHA!
unleaded, 89 or higher for a vortec.
4.3 liter V6 vortec
That would be the 4L80E transmission
1996 and later 4.3 liter Vortec's timing can not be adjusted. The timing is controlled by the computer
That would be a 4L60E transmission.
The transmission fluid capacity for a 2000 GMC Jimmy is six quarts. Transmission fluid should be added slowly to because capacity can be reached rapidly.
the transmission and transfer case must removed from back of engine to access rear main seal.
The v8 engine 2002 GMC Jimmy 6 cylinders can be replaced with the GM Vortec 4200 straight-6 engine.
per vehicle specs on a 1998 gmc jimmy 4x4, the correct size tires are 235/70/15
The GMC Jimmy is rear wheel drive. The only time the front wheels pulled is if it was a 4x4.
4L60 is the most common automatic transmission in GMC trucks