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4T60 shift solenoid location

Old 10-15-2012, 01:51 PM
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Ok, so it would appear that this trans may or may not have the actual mileage and who knows what happened to it prior to you getting it. At this time, I guess you only have 2 options.
1. Drop the trans and rip it open to determine what is going on.
2. Take it to a shop and have the same thing done. Either way, its gotta come out.
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Oh well, not what I wanted to hear (well, read!) but at least, that'* a fair and honest answer!

Thanks a lot for your time, it'* greatly appreciated in a world where no one gives a flying F about anyone else!
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Quick question : Will ANY 4T60 from ANY GM so equipped vehicule fit? (I don't care about gear ratios and all, just fitment)
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Yes and no. Try to stay as close to your year as possible. You will see why on page 10 of the 4T60-E ATSG manual...
http://www.kc2jga.com/4T60-E.pdf
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Again, we please ask you to put your YEAR/MAKE/MODEL/TRIM and ENGINE in your signature like I have in mine. This can be done in the User Control panel at the upper left corner of the forum.
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Thanks for the link and I've did the signature thing.
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