- 1 How many bolts does a 4L60E transmission have?
- 2 How many bolts does a 4L80E transmission pan have?
- 3 Can a 4L60E be used without a computer?
- 4 What size are transmission pan bolts?
- 5 How many bolts are in a Bellhousing?
- 6 What is the difference between a 4L60 and a 4l80 transmission?
- 7 How much torque can a 4L80E handle?
- 8 How can I tell if I have a 4L60 or 4L60E?
- 9 Can I use a 700r4 instead of a 4L60E?
- 10 Will a 4L60 bolt up to a 350?
- 11 Can you swap a 4L60E for a 4l80e?
- 12 What are the torque specs for transmission pan?
- 13 How many bolts does a 700r4 transmission pan have?
How many bolts does a 4L60E transmission have?
Only 6 bolts hold a 4l60E in. Two on the top and two on either side. After you’ve also removed the TC/flexplate bolts you have to rock the tranny a little to get it to slide off the dowel pins. 8 bolts hold the 4L60E to the LS1.
How many bolts does a 4L80E transmission pan have?
4L80E is shaped like a rectangle with two corners lopped off and 17 bolts.
Can a 4L60E be used without a computer?
Externally, all it needs is a 12-volt source and an engine-vacuum reference. However, if your trans is, in fact, a 4L60E, running it off a computer is mandatory. Never mind TCC lockup; without a computer, the trans won’t shift at all.
What size are transmission pan bolts?
Pan bolts should be 8mm, probably 20mm long. Start the two rear bolts by hand using your socket. Do not run the bolts up too tight. If you drain the torque you should have drained most of the fluid from it so you can add all the recommended amount but for maybe a quart.
How many bolts are in a Bellhousing?
There will be 6 bolts on each side of the x-member, 2 that hold the x-member to thebottom of frame, 2 that hold the x-member support to the top of the truck frame, and 2 that bolt the support to the x-member. After the cross member is removed, lower the tranny while rocking the tranny to break it loose from the engine.
What is the difference between a 4L60 and a 4l80 transmission?
The 4L80E is larger and heavier than the 4L60E. Its more hefty build can be tied to its 236 lbs and a length of 26.4″. Alternatively, the 4L60E weighs 150 lbs (without fluid) and it has a length of 23.5″. A comparison between the size and weight shows that the 4L80E is significantly larger and heavier.
How much torque can a 4L80E handle?
When the 4L80E was introduced, torque capacity was vehicles up to 8,000 pounds and engines producing up to 440 lb-ft of torque. The uprated 4L85E, introduced in 2002, is rated for vehicles up to 16,500 pounds and engines producing up to 460 lb-ft of torque.
How can I tell if I have a 4L60 or 4L60E?
4L60E vs 4L60: Biggest Differences The biggest difference between the 4L60 and 4L60E is how they are controlled. The 4L60E is controlled by a computer, while the 4L60 is controlled by a TV cable.
Can I use a 700r4 instead of a 4L60E?
The 4l60e is computer controlled, unlike the 700r4. Re: Are the 700r4 and the 4L60E interchangable? No, they are not interchangeable. The 4l60e is computer controlled, unlike the 700r4.
Will a 4L60 bolt up to a 350?
The 4L60E will bolt straight up to your 350.:yes: You will need some way to control the tranny though. The OD is electronically controlled, hence the “E” at the end of the 4L60.
Can you swap a 4L60E for a 4l80e?
The 4l60e converter will NOT fit the 4l80e. The input shafts are different.
What are the torque specs for transmission pan?
4L60E Hardware Toqure Specifications
|Forward Accumulator Cover to Valve Body Bolt||3||11 N-m 8 lb -ft|
|Solenoid Assembly to Case Bolt||2||11 N-m 8 lb -ft|
|Oil Pan Bolt||16||12 N-m 9 lb -ft|
|Valve Body to Case Bolt||2||11 N-m 8 lb -ft|
How many bolts does a 700r4 transmission pan have?
The 700r4 and the 4L60 transmission uses a bolt pattern of 16 bolts, so if the transmission looks like one of the pictures above and you can see 16 bolts, you most likely have a 700r4 or a 4L60 transmission.