Death of a 4L60E
On the way with my friends to Stone Brewery, right as we got onto the
My friends had already turned around to help out when I got the phone call
and told them to keep going. I got a ride in the white Corvette and we got
to our destination, minus my car. What great friends. :)
4L60E Rebuild Part 1
If you have been keeping up to date on the videos, then you'll know that we
welded the overrunning clutches together by doing reverse drops and such.
So this video shows you the first part of the disassemble and rebuild
process. We used a TCI master rebuild kit from Summit Racing that included
the necessary parts, Corvette servo, shift kit, and valve body update kit.
4L60-E part 1 oil filter seal removal and shift kit info
This video is to help ppl out there who can't get their oil filter seal out
on a 4L60-E and shift kit info for shift correction kit 4L60-E-L (98-up
4L60-E kit). Sorry about the quality, I just had my digital camera in the
garage with me when I decided to make a vid. part two I used my phone
which is a little better.
Pump was actually failing (failed now) which is why it was making noise
4L60E Rebuild In your Driveway: Car Truck Van Automatic Transmission 700R4
I completely rebuild and R&R the 4L60E in my Camaro Z-28 4th. Gen, LT-1 with
minimal tools! Right in my driveway. Can it be done? DIY
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aspects of the turbo 350 as well.
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I suppose I should mention what led up to the rebuilding of this unit. I
entered a burnout contest with the car, Not so smart of a thing to do.
Anyway something changed then. And a while later on a trip to Tacoma, she
gave out on I-5. I nursed her another 300 or so miles back home, slipping
badly. Fortunately I didn't have to climb any hills.
See the burnout vid here: http://youtu.be/Vgo-LVotuS4