I'm goin tomorrow to look at a 1995 3/4 ton C/K model pickup. If and I am not mistaken those come with 4L80E's, right? How do I tell the difference between the 4L60's and the 4L80's?? I'm almost sure it's an 80, but I want to know how to tell the difference just to know.
1985 Scottsdale 3/4 ton
14 Bolt SF, SM465/208, 355 CHEVY
check the codes in the glove box m30 is 4l60e mt1 is 4l80e
most 4l60e have m30 on the right side of the case
The codes will tell...easier way, look at the pan. 4l60e pan is almost square. 4L80E pan looks just like like a turbo 400 pan. Kinda rectangular, with a panhandle. You'll know the difference.
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