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Old 04-14-2010, 08:20 AM   #31
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We are a bit off topic..but in the effort of helping Electric..let'* keep rolling. Electric has a 95 that'* a 4t60, and it'* shift pressure is vacuum modulated. I personally don't believe it has an EPC soleniod and that'* odd, because we never hear of a 4T60 with an EPC issue. Since I don't know 100% though, let'* suggest more research.

I would pull the right side axle automatically. Gunner can attest, we did it because the angle on the trans/motor becomes different than stock and the time to remove it is not worth the cost of a new one if the angles get ugly or the drivetrain moves enough to hurt it. I'd pull it to be safe.
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A 4t60e does not have a EPC.
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Glad to help clear that up.

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Yes mine is vacume regulated. I was looking everywhere in my manual for the EPC and nothing. Thanks again for clearing that up bill.
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Hey I'm slowly in the process of dropping the trans in my 95 ssei and don't seem to see the one bolt that is in the oppisite direction? Is there something covering it or in the way like the rear trans. mount,or maybe even the exhaust manifold?
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it could be covered in sludge and junk mine was. bill can pin point out it'* location for ya
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Ugh.. I'm trying to have a thread here WTF is up with all this stuff that would be much more helpful to future people searching if it were in it'* own threads being in this thread?

Your diff to engine bracket in 95 is most likely slightly different than this one, but it'* the same principle. Remove it to get at the backwards bolt. Here'* the S2 bracket as you'd see it through the passenger wheel well.
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No..I'm not upset about the posting in this thread, but it would help others better if these questions were in their own threads.
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I see Bill'* point very clear here. Mods please dont get caught up in conversations and lose sight of breaking separate ideas into their own threads.
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Great that helps loads!! Sorry about posting it here,I was reading this post and wasn't sure of the quikest way to get a response? So, I asked here.
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