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Will a 4l60e tranny from 1994

I have a tranny from a 1994 chevy 1500 will it work in my 1997 chevy 1500 both were 4x4 and both have the 5.7 350 but my 97 has a different shiffting thing on the side can it be transfered or what?? please help
thanks tim

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    hey thanks for your help

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I do believe they are different transmissions. i know my '95 chevy pickup 5.7 is a one year only transmission for correct fit. best thing to do is call local junkyard. they have great interchange guides and could tell you if it will work and what things may need to be changed

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