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Old 05-12-2009, 04:25 AM   #1
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With shift kit/kits fit my car?

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I believe your car has the 4t60e trans and I don't know of any shift kits for that trans. I do seem to remember Toddster adding something to his. He might be a good source of information.
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TransGo makes a shift kit etc. The downside is it'* part of a full rebuild and can't be done w/o pulling the transmission.
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TransGo makes a shift kit etc. The downside is it'* part of a full rebuild and can't be done w/o pulling the transmission.

ooooh thats just great eeerrr lol

So how terrible of a task would that be? could i do it myself if i had a couple days?
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Pulling a trans apart is not something for the faint of heart. You need a very clean shop, and good manuals showing how everything goes together. I think Toddster used a vacuum controlled shift modulator or something like that. I seem to remember him saying it was easy to install.
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Replacing the modulator on the front of the trans is an easy thing. Great idea Dan.

IIRC it'* about a $12 part and does help to firm shifts.
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