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Old 01-26-2014, 12:44 PM   #1
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I have the following codes on my 4t60e series 1 l67
613cxw

I found a transmission out of the same car as I have year model etc, but has the code 613btw

can anyone help me identify what they mean, mine has traction control option nw9
need one that has the same traction control option
Or can I install a non traction trans in my car? Thanks in advance
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The traction control should not make a difference with the trans. The traction control; controls the abs by applying and release brake pressure and reducing engine power to the trans. Far as I know there is no difference in the trans.
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Actually, your broadcast code is 3CXW.

Here is a screenshot of your possible broadcast codes...




Right now, you have a 3.06 final drive ratio. Your donor trans has a 3.33 final drive. You thought you could rip those tires loose now? Wait until you rip them with this trans.

You might get a check engine light due to final drive mismatch, but I doubt the pre-obd1 PCM'* are programmed to detect this. So, you should be fine.

And yes, your traction control is separate from the transmission.
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I have a shift kit on the way and I already have a converter from a 93 skylark quad 4
factory stall of 2375
I found a similar chart and shows that both the 3btw and 3cxw have 3.33 final drive

my engine is from a 95 it came with a 95 trans
for fun I dropped it in and the 93 computer didn't like that 95 trans at all
both Park ave ultras

What I find very confusing is that when searching for a trans I get asked does it have nw9 traction control
yes mine does
yet the tcs isn't in the trans? That'* where I get confused
I found a 92 trans but supposedly 92 is for 92 only and 93 is 93 only
Sorry for being so confusing I just want to build this trans right!
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Only way to find out is to remove the diff cover and count the teeth on the differential.

BTW, my data came from a ATSG manual if that helps any.
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Upon further research the difference between the Traction control cars and non is that the grey connector has 6 pins if no traction control and 7 with traction control
I almost would rather not have traction control for racing, yes its daily driven but it gets out to the track on a fairly regular basis for amateur night

If I go with a nw9 trans im going to wire in a "traction off" button like the 94-95 cars had, 93 did not have the button
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Here, see if this helps any...

http://www.3800garage.com/4T60-E.pdf
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