Question about 1997 Chevrolet K1500
Swapped 1998 for 1997 went 2 blocks quit working
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.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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