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Old 02-27-2004, 05:34 PM
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Question will a 4l60e work in my 89 silverado?

I need to know if a 4l60e will work in my in my 88 to 94 silverado bodystyle. my silverado currently has a broken 700r4. Need to know if it is compatible before I purchase the transmission.

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no. Not with out a controller for the 4L60E

the 4L60E is a full electronic controlled trany for upshifts, down shifts and internal pressure control
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Crosley is right, but there are aftermarket control units available so you don'e have to install the whole VCM (even if it could be done). The dimensions are the same so, with a control unit, it should be a bolt on.

However, keep in mind that they really are the same unit. Unless you're getting the 4L60E pretty cheap it would probable be better to just stick with what you have.

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