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Old 04-08-2007, 10:34 PM   #11
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Moving to General Chat. This topic isn't Performance-related.
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oh i thought that only ssei had the 4t65-E
All series II L36( NA ) Bonnevilles 1995-1997 had the 4T60-E... The 3800 series II L67( SC ) got the 4T65-E in 97... All other Bonneville models got the 4T65-E in 1998...

I believe the diffrence between HD and LD is in the Diff IIRC( 4T65-E )

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ok thanks for the info
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if you really want confirmation, you can go underneath your car, and it should say right on the oil pan of the transmission which one you have
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ok ill do it as soon as i can
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if you really want confirmation, you can go underneath your car, and it should say right on the oil pan of the transmission which one you have
That won't be necessary, as all 00+ Bonnevilles besides the GXP have a 4T65-E. But if you would like to check, feel free to.
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