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Old 05-28-2006, 06:31 PM
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I got a 96 LT1 /4L60E trans from a salvage yard with engine harness and PCM (computer). I've wired it up to a All American harness (highway 22) in my 31 chassis. Motor runs great but the trans does nothing in any gear. I did get it to move a little once when I really rev-ed it . MY question is what should I look for before I take it to Cottman, AAMco or local trans shop. It has a new filter, fluid and it is hook up to the computer and no codes are coming from the DCL. Since it will not do anything should I check the torque converter. If so what am I looking for? I don't have my body on yet so it would be an easy removal.

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Old 05-28-2006, 06:41 PM
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tranny is broke, if it doesn't move. go to a local tranny shop that will get you a better deal, not cottman they now own all the aamco's too....
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Old 05-28-2006, 09:28 PM
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Just a side note on Cottman. We have a few of them here in AZ and from what my sons says, they are about the worst in town. They just took over a big giant shop and moved there. Place is packed all the time but the rep sucks! I"m sure it won't be long until word gets around.

I know lots hate Aamco, but I know of atleast one that is good, the one that i've gotten some good help and lots of old parts for my 350 and my latest 700 at. Things just aren't what they used to be!

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