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What transmission does a 1992 Oldsmobile 98 with an L27 have?? Is it a 4t60e??
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What transmission does a 1992 Oldsmobile 98 with an L27 have?? Is it a 4t60e??
Yes... Questio tho will be is it a 2.84 or a 3.06

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What does the 4T60e that came out of my 96 have??
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That Olds likely has the 2.84.

Your 96 likely has the 3.06.
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What would you have to do to run the 3.06 tranny in the car that had a 2.94??
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What would you have to do to run the 3.06 tranny in the car that had a 2.94??
I think its either going to be the final drive its self or the drive and driven sprockets... I forget which one..

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What would you have to do to run the 3.06 tranny in the car that had a 2.94??
Something would have to be done about the computer in the 2.94 car. I'm guessing that it would be easiest to just swap computers if the 3.06 tranny came out of the same model and year.
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