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Old 04-03-2003, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default Anyone with L67 / 4T65-E knowledge...Help please

Little background: I did a Supercharge swap - (L67 from a 1997 Bonneville SSEI and the 4T65-E from a 2001 Regal GS Sedan).

If anyone can help with this I would greatly appreciate it.

Hey fella'*
I finally got my new 4t65-E (from a 2001 Regal GS) hooked up to my L67 (from a 1997 Bonneville SSEI) today.

Everything lined up ok, however, I am experiencing a problem. The car drives in reverse just fine, but it'* a little sluggish while in Drive. Also, I must start the car in what appears to be Reverse (according to the shift selector in the BLT). When I put the car in Park I am able to take the key out, but the car isn't "totally" in Park, as I can still physically push the car forward or back.

I didn't have this problem with the previous trans (4t65-E from the 1997 Bonneville), but I did notice I would have to push the shift **** in Park real hard.

Does anyone have any insight on what could be the problem and how I can get this resolved? Help Please

By the way: The new trans (2001 4t65-E) again came out of a Buick Regal GS with 12000 miles on it, and the car was built, 7/19/2000, and the building plant was GM of Canada (I don't know if this means anything, but since I have the info I thought I would include it).

*** The mechanic that installed this trans (2001 4t65-E) seems to think that if I obtain the "shift cable" from the Regal and install it in my BLT that this will resolve the problem. Has anyone else dealt with anything like this, or again have any insight as to how I can fix this problem.***

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It may take a few days but ill dig up all the info I can. Most likely a new cable will help but there may be more to it.

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Thanks Speedyguy, I await your reply.

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You need a different manual valve assembly for your H-body. This can be changed without removing the entire transaxle. Just have your mechanic remove the side cover and install the H-body manual valve.

Hope this helps.

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You need a different manual valve assembly for your H-body. This can be changed without removing the entire transaxle. Just have your mechanic remove the side cover and install the H-body manual valve.

Hope this helps.

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I would have to say Scott...those are some impressive "times" for STOCK...what'* your secret....
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Well it'* not that I am doubtful...just curious as hell.....
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Well it'* not that I am doubtful...just curious as hell.....
That'* Scott Cooks you're talking too he has one of the fastest SSEI around and has modded it to hell. check out the Intense Website or use his links. As for his mod options and all.. that might be a SECRET for him, but if you snoop around, you get some good idea. He'* recently dropped into a GTP project instead cause his track needed a roll cage installed before allowing him to run, so I guess he opt to leave his Gorgeous SSEI interior alone.
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Well after "shivering in my boots" I re-read his sig, I FIRST thought that it suggested ALL his times were with a stock SSEi...MY bad....Now I see (and read) that he HAS mod'd the the Bonnie...

STILL very impressive times either way...Great job Scott...Hey Westerville...I am in Mount Vernon!! Maybe you could share some trade secrets????

SEE YA.........
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Well it'* not that I am doubtful...just curious as hell.....
My bad I wasn't saying this to you... LOL...

I was thinking along the lines or our W body friends across the way, who say there is no way a bonnie will run like that.. he he he...We are all 3800 powered.... What makes them think we won't be able to chase them down..
I AM ON "MY" WAY.....GTP EATER......
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My motto is: If you DO it...DO it right...

I would go with the HD...spendy though...BUT I am sure it would be worth it...
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