Re: what trannys will work in a 2000 chevy half ton 4x4
Don't know why all the transmission want good to very bad with ford, dodge, chevy, toyota etc new or uesd maybe the computer or something is in the fluid that going on for 15 year now and the problems is still there
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there are a few differences in 96 there is a range indicator switch which also works as a neutral safety switch mounted on the selector shaft. if the 93 tranny is original it wont have the bosses to mount that switch.
yes it will as long as it is the same model transmission. As long as you get a transmission out of a standard cab truck you should be ok. ( for a good idea Most 88-98 gm trucks, full size blazers,jimmys,tahoes, and yukons will interchange) same chassis just different bodys and emblems
the way i figured which 4l60e works with my truck was to get the service number off of the ecm. Then I took that ecm service number and searched for it on ebay. People selling that same ecm will usually list what other vehicles that ecm works on. Then I went to the u-pull&pay and got a tranny out of one of those vehicles. I do know that after 95 there is an extra pin in the main wiring harness that goes to the PWM. My 94 tranny didn't have that pin. Also try pulling the main wiring harness out of your tranny and with a mirror look down into the tranny and get the pin configuration. Make sure the one you get also has that same pin layout.
Athough the trannys look the same ,there not.Years 95,96,97 and 98 ,the trannys need to be from the exact year in orded to work correctly.If yours is a 1997 4l60e you will need one from a 97.The 10th digit in your vin determines the year and yours should be a -v-.Be sure when installing a new tranny you flush the trans. cooler lines and radiator cooler for the trans. to prevent any metal from your old trans. going in to your new one.Hope this helps.
If the overall length of the tailshafts are the same, If I remember correctly, you can just swap the tailshaft housings.In some cases though, the output shaft needs to be swapped as well. Check with any transmission shop and they can tell you for sure!
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