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Old 11-13-2011, 07:48 AM
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best source of info on 4L60E?

I have recently agreed to buy a Bravada with a "bad" transmission, and was wondering if anyone could point me to a good source book. My last G.M. tranny instructor said the factory books are no longer given out in classes.
the tranny has no reverse and slipps going forward, i am told. I'll update when i get the truck, soon. thanks for the help in advance.

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4l60e

try helm.com for the shop manual of the vehicle you are buying.
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The ATSG manuals are OK.
There is also a 4L60E update handbook.
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Get the ATSG book and the Technical Video 4L60E rebuild video. I just got done rebuilding my 5th 4L60E. Also look up Sonnax. They make the best parts to fix known problems in these transmissions. The have a new shift kit ou that I really like, better than the Transgo, and a "Sure cure kit".

Here is a trans I just rebuilt in a 2005 Yukon. Burnt up the 3-4 clutch.

I was going to do a write up on this rebuild but I just do not have the time.





http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/894272
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