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is this shift linkage postions the same for the 4L60e?

I couldn't find an image for the 4l60e, but found this.

Is the Shift Linkage the same for all 7 position (P,R,N,OD,d, D2,D1) ?

Meaning, if you turn the bolt to the far left its D1, and to the far right its Park.


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SHift lever

I have a 700r4 and it should be the same I don't have a shifter in yet but installed the B & M lever the other night and it is as your picture shows and should be the same for your 4l60. if the tranny is installed if you put it in park (foward or on the left side as in your Picture) and rock the car forward you can hear and feel the lock pin engage hope this helps
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I couldn't find an image for the 4l60e, but found this.

Is the Shift Linkage the same for all 7 position (P,R,N,OD,d, D2,D1) ?

Meaning, if you turn the bolt to the far left its D1, and to the far right its Park.

arm goes down, stub on the end facing IN towards the pan, and the furthest point forward at the bottom of the arm is park. i also hope for your sake that you filed the edge on the manual shaft where the prndl switch slides over. if you dont, you stand on breaking the inside of the switch and it will not work properly.
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thanks for the feedback!

All was filed when I was working on the tranny waiting for parts.

tnsmith10 do you mean like this:


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thanks for the feedback!

All was filed when I was working on the tranny waiting for parts.

tnsmith10 do you mean like this:


yep! thats the way it goes.
just one thing, there should be 2 10mm head pan bolts that go to the pan that are just for that shift bracket. if you dont have then in the right place, you can break the case. ok?
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