iamthenra1968: Wow! I'm impressed... You must have gone to school for this eh?
GunsWithGage: Awesome video thank you
doyrtwq: The trans bell housing had a bolt hole on the top.I was led to believe that did not happen until 2000?
joel unknown: wow, I'm a pro now..!
Muh Har: People like you are the reason why i love Youtube, and making it a great source! Did a great job, helped a lot :)
i was wondering why haven't you up-graded the transmission? 4l60e's are known for their bad reputation! a shift kit would've been a nice touch. still a great job tough..
one last thing, what kind of oil did you use? and how many liters? Thanks :)
David evans: that is a nice video nick, where can i get a rebuild kit for my 1998 Chevy 4.3 automatic 2 wheel drive pretty cheap, i checked at local parts store and they want around 250 bucks for one, and how do i check to see what kind of transmission i have if it is the 4L60E or not?
Juicey Bananas: Pretty dam good informative video. Like how you make it easier with tricks of the trade shortcuts. I'm feeling ready now to watch some brain surgeries and take that up next, maybe you made some surgery videos, no?
Tim Pashnik: if i was to buy new clutches for trans where would i order them? and what about all new seals and orings?
Ziggy Dennis: Extremely well done video!
vernon anderson: I am dissembling the 4l60e transmission on my 1999 Chev Silverado. Following instructions I have removed everything smoothly so far but can not get the snap ring off the output shaft. I have tried several types of snap ring pliers but not I,ve bought has worked. Can you tell me a type or brand of pliers the will work. Thanks
Jonathan-Emily Powell: thanks nick! what fluids and lube do you like?
octavio: Where are u located ?
Ben Dover: this is a GREAT video, thank you very much! I have a quick question though, is it true that you need to run any kind of diagnostics on the vehicle after it's been reinstalled after the rebuild?
Danny Ortiz: Do you have any tips or advice for any issues you came across when doing this?
1gearwrench: Don't forget to check end - play and clutch clearances also the P.R. valve and bore are most commonly wore out and may need to be reamed and fitted with an over - sized valve. don't know why most never bother with this as it is the cause for over half of 4l60e failures
Frank McLemore: Is the rebuild any different for 2000 sonoma 2.2l
Dave Taylor: Nick, there looked to be a small electrical connecter on the tail shaft, what does it control? I'm trying to diagnose a problem with my 4l60e 1998 gmc 2 wheel drive.
Ron Balon: how long does it take a tranny shop to do this job
James Blattner: no offense bud but I don't have enough fingers and toes to count how much information you are leaving out for someone who has never rebuilt a gm 4l60 or 4l60e.
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