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03-01-2013 03:59 PM
Hogg OK cool, not a problem. Take care.

peace
Hog
02-28-2013 03:34 AM
jeepers creepers
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hogg View Post
If the trans thats currently mounted on the engine is the original, the engine by simple deduction, the engine is going to be from a HD pickup truck as thats the only application that used this manual trans. The Duramax and the 8.1 engines came with the Allison Auto and the ZF S6-650 6 speed manual and only the LQ4 came with the NV4500.

From my post, if the LQ4 has iron heads, it a 99-2000 LQ4. If it has aluminum heads I can tell its a 2001-2007 LQ4. But the block casting number you supplied me only runs up to 2004 from what I can tell. So my educated guess is that you have a 2001-2004 LQ4 6.0 engine from a 2001-2004 3/4 ton or 1 ton truck.


the head code you supplied means nothing to me unfortunatley.

Why do you need the exact vehicle the engine came from if I may ask?

peace
Hog
Thank you so much for the info you gave me, engine is of a buddy, i don't know why he wants to know the exact vehicle that came from, i guess just to know the HP but it's just my guess.
Engine has alu heads so must be the newer model mountedn on HD trucks.
02-27-2013 03:34 PM
Hogg If the trans thats currently mounted on the engine is the original, the engine by simple deduction, the engine is going to be from a HD pickup truck as thats the only application that used this manual trans. The Duramax and the 8.1 engines came with the Allison Auto and the ZF S6-650 6 speed manual and only the LQ4 came with the NV4500.

From my post, if the LQ4 has iron heads, it a 99-2000 LQ4. If it has aluminum heads I can tell its a 2001-2007 LQ4. But the block casting number you supplied me only runs up to 2004 from what I can tell. So my educated guess is that you have a 2001-2004 LQ4 6.0 engine from a 2001-2004 3/4 ton or 1 ton truck.


the head code you supplied means nothing to me unfortunatley.

Why do you need the exact vehicle the engine came from if I may ask?

peace
Hog
02-27-2013 01:42 PM
jeepers creepers sorry, not just pick up truck, i forgot about the vehicles list you posted...
My buddy just gave me a code he found on the heads: 2352H9632363, not sure if it says something or not...
02-26-2013 01:07 PM
jeepers creepers that is great, thank you!
So 99% , engine came from a '99-'02 pick up truck, right?
02-26-2013 09:30 AM
Hogg The LQ4 6.0 was available on the 1999-2007 GMT800 3/4 ton and 1 ton trucks. 1999 and 2000 LQ4's have iron heads, 2001+ have aluminum heads. The only difference between an Lq4 and an LQ9 is the pistons/rods. The LQ9 uses a flat top piston yielding 10:1 compression, the LQ4 uses a dish piston for a 9.4:1 cr. Same cam, heads, crank, block etc etc, PCM tune is also different.
The 2001 C3 and 2002+ Sierra Denali also used a version of the LQ4 which was rated at 325hp@5000rpm/370 lb/ft torque@400rpm. These had a slightly different exhaust, ar intake and PCM tune.

The 1999-2007 LQ4 was rated at 300hp@4400rpm/360 lb/ft torque@4000rpm. These HD trucks featured a dual 3" exhaust from the manifolds back to the dual in/single out muffler. These trucks were detuned via PCM tuining in order to comply with federally mandated noise laws.

The 2002+ LQ4 was rated at 345hp@5200rpm/380 lb/ft torque@4000rpm.

Cant really diciper what vehicle that engine comes from, unless you had the VIN. So its either a 1/2 ton Sierra Denali(C3) or 1/2 ton HD(heavy half) truck or 3/4-1ton HD truck/Suburban.

I am not seeing that block casting number being used after 2002. Because the engine has teh 4500 trans,I'd surmised its from a 1999-2002 3/4 ton ton HD truck as thats teh only vehcile that uses teh LQ4 and the NV4500 trans.

here is the GM info on the trans
Type:
Rear wheel drive, five-speed manual transmission
Engine Range:
5.7L - 7.4L

Maximum Engine Torque:
460 lb-ft

Gear Ratios:
First: 5.61
Second: 3.04
Third: 1.67
Fourth: 1.00
Fifth: 0.75
Reverse: 5.04


Maximum Validated Gross Vehicle Weight:
6804 kg

Case Material:
Aluminum and Cast Iron

CONTROL SYSTEMS:

Center Distance:
109mm

Fluid Type:
Castrol Syn-Torq Synthetic oil

Transmission Weight:
97.1 kg (wet)

Fluid Capacity (Approximate):
3.78L (Dry)

Power Take Off:
Yes. One - Both Sides

APPLICATIONS
GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado(2500 HD and 3500 series)



Same for the LQ4 engine
Type:
Vortec 6.0L V8
Displacement:
5967cc

Compression Ratio:
9.4:1

Valve Configuration:
Overhead Valves (2 valves per cylinder)

Assembly Site:
Romulus, Mich.
Silao, Mexico

Valve Lifters:
Hydraulic Roller

Firing Order:
1 - 8 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3

Bore x Stroke:
101.60 x 92.00 mm

Fuel System:
Sequential Fuel Injection

Horsepower:
325 @ 5000 rpm (GMC Sierra Denali)
320 @ 5000 rpm (GMC Yukon Denali/Yukon XL Denali)
320 @ 5000 rpm (GMC Yukon XL and Chevrolet Suburban)
315 @ 5000 rpm (HUMMER H2)
300 @ 4400 rpm (2500 HD and 3500 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado equal to or greater than 8600 lbs. GVW)
290 @ 4400 rpm (Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana 3500 Series)

Torque (lb-ft):
370 @ 4000 rpm (GMC Sierra Denali)
365 @ 4000 rpm (GMC Yukon Denali/Yukon XL Denali)
360 @ 4000 rpm (GMC Yukon XL/Suburban)
360 @ 4000 rpm (HUMMER H2)
360 @ 4000 rpm (2500 HD and 3500 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado equal to or greater than 8600 lbs. gvw)
350 @ 4000 rpm (Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana 3500 Series)

Fuel Shut Off:
5600 rpm
6000 rpm (With M32 transmission)

Emissions Controls:
Evaporative System
Catalytic Converter
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana)
Positive Crankcase Ventilation

APPLICATIONS
GMC Sierra Denali (formerly Sierra C3)
GMC Yukon Denali
GMC Yukon XL Denali and Chevrolet Suburban
GMC Yukon XL 3500 Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado Pickup and Chassis Cab 2500 HD and 3500 GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado
HUMMER H2
Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana


MATERIALS
Block:
Cast Iron
Cylinder Head:
Cast Aluminum

Intake Manifold:
Composite

Exhaust Manifold:
High Silicon Molybdenum
Cast Nodular Iron

Main Bearing Caps:
Powder Metal
Crankshaft:
Cast Iron with Undercut and Rolled Fillets
Camshaft:
Steel

Connecting Rods:
Forged Powder Metal

Additional Features:
Extended Life Spark Plugs
Extended Life Coolant
Oil Level Sensor
Electronic Throttle Control (All applications except Chevy Express and GMC Savana)
Electronic Throttle Control on H2, including specific off road (low range) throttle progression calibration


peace
Hog
02-25-2013 03:43 PM
jeepers creepers
GM LQ4 decoding

Hi guys, a buddy of mine got a LQ4 engine coupled with a NV4500 tranny, he wants to know what the donor vehicle was, the code stamped on the block is:12551364

Any idea to how to decode that? cannot find any help on the net, any help will be greatly apprecciated, thank you.

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