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The General Motors 4L60E transmission was introduced in 1993. It was used in rear-wheel drive and four-wheel-drive applications. The early models were available in only two-wheel-drive configurations. The later models have six-bolt "hex" rear output shafts, while the early ones have square bolt patterns. The four-speed automatic is a complex unit that has multiple parts and a modular design.
The 4L60-E transmission is controlled by the PCM, making it the most popular choice. While it is possible to join an earlier engine to the 4L60-E with a GM Controller, you may run into compatibility problems if you do not use a proper throttle position sensor. A less expensive but equally effective option is the TH700R-4 throttle position sensor. Lastly, the 4L60-E is built with modular design to work with different bellhousing styles, which were mostly used in the North American market.
The 4L60-E transmission is manufactured with a one-piece case. The transmission is similar to the 700R4 and is used for 2wd vehicles. You may want to check the corresponding model numbers on the manual to be sure that it is compatible with your vehicle. It is best to consult the manual to make sure that your vehicle is compatible with the 4L60-E. There are some parts that are interchangeable, but there is no need to change the transfer case, as this would compromise compatibility.
If you're looking for a transmission, it's probably a 700R4 or a 4L60E. The four-digit code on the case means that the 4L60-E is the most compatible with the Jeep transfer case. Despite the fact that it's an excellent choice for converting to two-wheel drive, it can cause compatibility problems. In addition to that, the 4L60E is also compatible with a Jeep transfer case.
There are differences between transmissions. The 700R4 transmissions are easier to identify than the 4L60E. The 700R4 transmissions have a single-piece case and a two-piece case. The latter uses a torque converter and a second torque converter. The four-wheel drive versions are identical in this regard. Hence, they can be interchanged easily and safely. The two-piece cases are the most common type.
The 4L60-E has a two-piece bellhousing and a standard 6 bolt-bolt design. It uses a torque converter and a 230mm input shaft. It is a two-piece design, so it can be used in 2wd or in four-wheel-drive applications. The front-face 4L60-E is a universally compatible choice with most other vehicles.
Among the most common 4L60E transmission problems, failure to engage the reverse gear is one of them. There are several reasons that may be the cause. A low reverse clutch pack is a common cause. The disks in the reverse clutch pack have worn out and may not engage the vehicle. Metal shavings in the transmission fluid may be a sign that the reverse clutch pack is worn out. Another problem is a faulty valve body. The valve body may be damaged due to excessive heat or a malfunctioning reverse circuit.