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Used 4L60E transmission will not engage travel after put in gear

4L60E transmission will not engage after reinstallation, all connections made,has fluid

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Why was the trans removed?Is the torque converter bolted up to the flywheel and does it have fluid

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Will a 96 4L60E transmission interchange with a 94 4L60E


All 4L60E /4L60/700R4 have the same gear ratio which can not be modified. ..swap the 94 internal harness into 95 and 96 transmission

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A transmission filter should never get dirty enough to prohibit the valve body and pump from getting enough fluid. unless you have driven the truck through deep water or heavy off road use.

The 99 suburban has a 4L60E or 4L80E transmission. depending on the chassis package, If you have a 1.5" rear yoke diameter(the thing connecting the trans to the driveshaft), its a 4L60E, if its larger you have the other. The trans are usually good for at least 150K miles under normal use.

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Even if all the electronics were dead you still should have movement in some gear, usually reverse and 2nd. If you put the transmission in park [and have both back tires off of the ground a bit] can you turn the rear driveshaft by hand? If so then the transfer case isn't connecting the driveshaft to the transmission. If the driveshaft won't turn then you know it''s connected internally and can look elsewhere. Only other thing I can think of is possibly the front pump in this 4L60E may be damaged and not capable of pumping any oil. You could disconnect one of the cooler lines and see if it pumps any oil out with the engine running. No oil means no pump action. Hope this helps a bit and good luck!

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You can replace it with another 4L60E 1998 and newer and you can upgrade it to the 4L65E which is the same but uses 5 planetary gears in stead of 4 that is used in the 4L60E.
1998 was the change off year i believe where they started to section off the transmission in to three parts. The bell housing, body and tail end. The tail shaft housing uses 5 bolts to connect to the transmission and the 1997 transmission and earlier uses 4 bolts, but internal parts had no changes other then the 4L65E.
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Check the oil trans filter. Could either be a bad linkage, or a bum synchro. Does it just flat not go into gear, or does it grind when you try to do it? Can you put it in reverse with the engine off?

I dont know exactly witch is you tranny; it sound like you broke the sun shell in the transmission.

For example, this is pretty common with the Chevvorlet 4l60e Transmission, when the sun shell breaks you will lose reverse and fourth gear, the only remedy is to replace the transmssion or have it repaired; the repair will require the transmission be removed and disassembled, you will need to purchase a new sun shell (get a heavy duty replacement) and a papper rubber kit for the repair, just find a good trans guy to provide the labor.

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I have also personally seen/fixed a 4L60E that had a broken reverse servo piston,it is the piece that engages the low/reverse band under a cover in the valve body area,a piston with a band engagement pin. Anyone that has this problem can have it repaired in the vehicle,its worth checking BEFORE replacing the trans unless the fluid is burn't or there are other symptoms present. Good luck and hope this helps. keep me posted, be glad to help

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I would take it back to the person that rebuilt it and make them fix it again or get your money back if you can

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