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Old 01-11-2007, 07:00 PM   #1
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Does any of the 2000- 2005 bonnevilles have the 4t60e transmission? Before I buy a Bonneville SE or SLE I want make sure I dont end up with that POS tranny.

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2000-2005 come with 4T65-E (except the GXP'*)
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Does any of the 2000- 2005 bonnevilles have the 4t60e transmission? Before I buy a Bonneville SE or SLE I want make sure I dont end up with that POS tranny.

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No it has the 4T65 E

The 4T60 E trans is not a Pos. But you are entitled to your opinion.
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As mentioned anything over 96 Bonneville is the newer design (better IMO also) 4T65
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As mentioned anything over 96 Bonneville is the newer design (better IMO also) 4T65
I thought some 97'* (se'*) had the 4t60e?

or was it some 96'* had the 4t65e i forget.
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1992-1997 for the 4T60-E

1997-2004 for the 4T65-E

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2004 is the farthest my chart goes.
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Thanks for the fix up guys.

I thought it ended 96...apparently they carried it through.
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News for you......The 4T60'* actually hold up longer in the Bonnevilles than the 65. Even in the 96 Series 2 L67.

They're very GOOD transmissions. Sorry you had to have the lemon.
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hold on a sec.....lets clear this one up

92-97 L36 had the 4T60-E

92-96 L67 had the 4T60-E HD

98-05 L36 had the 4T65-E

97-03 L67 had the 4T65-E HD
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Are there any identification marks on our trannies (mine is a 1996) that would tell which one we have???? And are the 60 and 65 interchangable?
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