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The transmission in question is called, "4L60E" There are two versions. The 4L60E ran from 1992-1997. Then the 4L60E was updated and ran that version from (1996-2010). In 2002 GM introduced the 4L65E. So YES you should not have a problem fitting a 1998 chevy 1500 with a 4L60E into a 2001 Chevy 1500 with a 4L60E. You didn't mention that both were 2wd or 4wd. You can not convert a 2wd into a 4wd. I hope that helps, good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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depends is the 5 speed out a 4X4 if so yes if not you will have to change the tail housing to go to the transfer case hope this helps
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
No, the fuel regulator from a 96 will not fit a 98. The 98 is a vortec and i believe the 96 is TBI. You are on the right track though, but the fuel regulator is attached to the fuel injector spider and is one unit inside the upper intake. It is relative easy to replace just takes some time.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
SOURCE: will a 1990 chevy 1500
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
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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