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Old 07-09-2005, 08:02 PM   #1
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What are the main differences between the two transmissions (non HD)? Are the eletrical different? Are the two of them interchangable?
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I have heard that they are not interchangeable. The 65 was used for series 2 motors if I remember correctly.
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the '65 is 97+ for both N/A and */C. 96 for the */C. They are not electrically compatable. You would need to get the PCM from the donar car if you were to use a 60 in a 65'd car, or a 65 in a 60'd car. They would physically bolt up though.. since the subframe is the same for all SI and SII cars, but not the SIII.

Why are you asking, anyways? Transmission swap? You pretty much HAVE to get the tranny from your year and trim level [well, N/A if you are N/A and */C if you are */C.. SE or SSE doesn't matter really]


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Well, I am doing a full engine/tranny swap. I have a 95 bonne n/a. I dont want to change the eletrical really, just want to use what I have already.
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Please elaborate. What year and trim level is your car and which drivetrain are you aiming to put into the car.
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I have a 95 bonne n/a.
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But what do you want to do with your '95?


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the '65 is 97+ for both N/A and */C. 96 for the */C.


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Incorrect. The 1996 SSEi came with a 4T60(HD).
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But what do you want to do with your '95?


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I think we have a series II swap in our midst.....
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the '65 is 97+ for both N/A and */C. 96 for the */C.


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Incorrect. The 1996 SSEi came with a 4T60(HD).

I have HD? Coooool!
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