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Old 06-11-2012, 12:38 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell me which TransGo shift kit I need for my Park Ave? Tx!
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If you have a base model, then chances are you have the 4T60-E transmission. This should be the kit you need...
http://transgoonline.com/products.ph...dcountview=Yes
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Any vehicle with the 3.8L FWD after 1998 has the 4T65E transmission.
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So, that kit won't apply then Bill?
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Guess not...

Found the CORRECT kit. My bad...

http://transgoonline.com/products.ph...dcountview=Yes
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Thanks Guys! Gonna give it a go and see if it resolves my hard shifting issue. I'm a bit nervous about it, so I will search for some tutorial/videos before hand.
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