I thank you very much for the reply your one of the few who have even said anything back. The gauge can read right but be telling the computer that it is 0 degrees or less mine was -67 degrees and causing the truck to run rich. And Lt blue to brake switch. A Cheyenne is not a Silverado. The last design change of the 700R4 was an added checkball to the valve body. However you can change the motor mounts and there are companies that make adapters to use a Chevy transmission with a Oldsmobile, Buick, or Pontiac engine.
Therefor I know I can do it I'm just doing research tryin to find out the pieces I don't already know. It would have had to have been custom installed. This special lubricant is required to reduce transmission internal operating temperatures. Assuming it is a 5. Purple to 12v or C7 pin.
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. You… yes and no yes in that it can be made to fit no in that a Chevy transmission has a different bolt pattern than Oldsmobile's, Buick's, and Pontiac's. Ive got everything done but the torque converter lock up. I've already got the trans in with the new drivshafts. But I'm not sure and don't want to mess this trans up. I've got it set up for manual lockup but I dont like it. In 1992 electronic controls were added, and it became the.
I can't drive manual for long distences anyway so I'm changing to an automatic 700r4. I've got the wires going to the computer the rite way I just have to replace the prom chip with one from an automatic. I don't believe that Chevrolet ever put a diesel in a half-ton pickup. 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. I have seen an adapter to use a ford transmission with… i am taking the 700r4 out of my 86 Chevy 4x4 and putting in a turbo 350. A 4L80-E can handle more torque than a 4L60-E.
The 90's Chevy half-ton pickups had a tow rating of 5500 lbs regardless of the engine size. The 700r4 would have came in this truck from the factory. But it won't run and transmission won't work. It will fit but it won't work and the truck will never run right. For example, 80 is stronger than 60, which is stronger than 40, etc. My question is can I run the lock up through the computer. The synthetic lubricant does not require periodic changing.
Installation of other lubricants may result in internal transmission damage. . In 1990, the Turbo Hydra-Matic 700R4 was renamed the 4L60. . .
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