difference between 1996 4l60e and 2001 4l60e

difference between 1996 4l60e and 2001 4l60e

Postby tintflorida [OP] » October 10th 2012, 5:02pm

Im getting ready to do a full cradle swap engine and transmission from a 1996 to a 2001 . I checked and all the engine components online and they seem the same .. but i am drawing a big ???? on the transmission.When you research transmissions it says 1996-97 same .... then 1998-2001 are the same ..Now remember im not disconnecting the engine and trannys.. the 1996 engine and tranny connected to cradle are going on the 2001 body and harness..thanks
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Re: difference between 1996 4l60e and 2001 4l60e

Postby DRZ » October 10th 2012, 7:03pm

The '96 won't have the "Tow/Haul" button on the end of the shift lever for one so I'm guessing something is different in the electronics but if that is a deal killer or not, I don't know.
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