A 4L80-E can handle more torque than a 4L60-E. I've done the clamp thing before, always leaks after a few heat cycles, tighten again it should be fine. He did stand behind his warrenty and fixed it every time he had to of had the tranny out 4-5 times. I've got it set up for manual lockup but I dont like it. There are a lot of upgrade parts available for them these days too.
But I'm not sure and don't want to mess this trans up. The sensor screws into a hole in the exhaust pipe. The difference came the next year when they went to the 4l60e. I've already got the trans in with the new drivshafts. He finally got all the bugs worked out of the tranny, and it seamed like it was working great.
I use the truck for hauling equipment and plowing. The standard model got 15 mpg on city streets and 19 mpg on the highway. The last design change of the 700R4 was an added checkball to the valve body. Cheap upgrades and should give you a better result. It slipped very slightly going from 2nd to 3rd when I first got it. The overall length of the truck was 194 inches while the height was 70. The center shaft in the 4x4 transmissions are longer so the transfur case will fit on it.
Good luck omaha area, go to a certified transmission, get the road ripper tranny. For example, 80 is stronger than 60, which is stronger than 40, etc. I'm not really sure if its a 700R4 or a 4L60 Tranny. The 1992 C3500 had rear-wheel drive and a front anti-roll bar to aid handing characteristics. Purple to 12v or C7 pin. I really don't need the overdrive.
I wanted someone else's opinion. I like to put an extra long piece of hose over the line at the 'splice' with extra clamps, so if it tears of ruptures you could slide a new section down and reclamp it. I fixed the leak, and filled it up with fluid. Also is it common practice to just cut the tranny lines and run a hose over them with clamps to the transmission cooler? The 1992 Chevrolet C3500 truck featured a 5. This rear-wheel-drive truck had a maximum payload of 1,023 pounds and could hold 25 gallons of gas.
And Lt blue to brake switch. I used it to plow with for the first time last season and it seemed to run like a champ, but I really don't want the tranny to blow up on me in the middle of the winter this year. I'm not using a powertrain computer I'm trying to run it off the ecm just like the foctory would have if this truck came with the auto trans. It seemed like it wasn't slipping anymore but it wasn't shifting right. Ive just had it with these 700r4 transmissions.
The 1992 C3500 had a width of 94. The heads where also a heaver casting so they … would not crack while being worked hard. But that requires taking both transmissions compleatly apart. The 1992 Chevrolet 454 featured a 7. I keep having leaks from the hoses. I've got a 1992 Chevy Silverado K1500 that I bought 2 years ago. My question is can I run the lock up through the computer.
Granted I was pulling 15000lbs every day with it that year. I quit doing construction last year so I just use the truck for plowing now. Thats what caused the problem this time. Over the past 2 years the slipping has got a little worse. Rear-wheel anti-lock brakes came standard. The only cars that had special-good parts in them were the muscle cars of the 60's through the mid 70's, chevelles camaros ect. I talked to the transmission guy and he said I burnt the bands out.
The 700r4 would have came in this truck from the factory. I have had nothing but problems with this transmission. Motor oils arestandardized by common viscosities, as are oil f … ilter part numbers. If you' … re building pressure, run a computer diagnostic to see if the computer has detected a problem. Do they make tranmission coolers that have the metal lines instead of the rubber hoses? In my experience the only problems ive had with them is the 3-4 clutch and reverse.
Transmission problem 1992 Chevy Truck V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic I have a 1992 k1500 it had a 5spd in it and it was bad. Personally I'd go thru the 700 again. Ive got everything done but the torque converter lock up. In 1992 electronic controls were added, and it became the 4L60-E. I ended up bringing it back to him several times that first year. The transmission was working good until the line started leaking. I finished plowing my accounts and went home.