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Old 07-31-2007, 07:36 PM   #1
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how do i determine which transmission i have?
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If this is the 95, Than you have a 4T60-E...

M13 Will be listed on the spare tire cover...

Than you may have F17 2.84 gear ratio

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FW2 which is 3.06 gear ratio...


You should see 2 of these 3 codes on the spare tire cover

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what does gear ratio tell you
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its the final drive kinda like the rear end ratio in a rwd car
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