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What all do I have to add r change in order to put a 4l60e transmission. In place of my 700r4 in my 1991 model ymca seirra 1500 truck

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A 4l60e is an electronically controlled transmission, and is just an electronic version of the 700R4. You will have to add a computer to control the 4L60. The 700 is fine for your application, (IMO), so why do you want to change it? If you are having trans issues, I would go back with another 700.

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