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Old 05-14-2004, 10:26 AM   #1
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Will a transmission out of a 94 SE bolt up to my 93 SE? How about the electrical connections?
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Be careful.....It may not work right.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=10835
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transfer all the sensors off of the 92 onto the new tranny. Both are 4T60E or whatever, I beleive thats what they are called. Almost all cars with 3800s from like 92-95 use that transmission, I used a transmission out of a lesabre on our 92 transport.
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Hmm....

Does anyone know anymore about this? Will??
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I'd agree with the 'be careful' post above. Someone tried, and it didn't work out too well. I'm not sure if we ever figured out exactly why. Don?
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The transmissions had different sensors and the PCMs were programmed differently. And the electrical connections were different. The situation above was slightly different, going from a 92 to 95.
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All I know is when I was looking for a tranny for my 95 SSEi (4t60e - hd) I could only pull from 94 and 95 model years. Something about the other years weren't the same, although I don't know what. I went threw a parts dealer to find it. GM has been known to make minor changes to parts and not change model numbers and what not. So be careful on what you choose.
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Thanks for the replies guys. To be on the safe side, I'll just search for a transmission out of a 93! Those transmissions are too much work to be taking in and out (if it doesn't work)!!
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