Asked by: Ruta Registerasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th May, 2020
How do you tell if it's a 4l80e?
Simply so, how do I know if I have a 4l80e?
4L80e transmissions are pretty easy to identify. They have 2 speed sensors on the driver side of the transmission. The early units have no top bolt hole in the bellhousing so you loose 2 bolt locations. The early units also have the cooler lines together near the front of the bellhousing area.
One may also ask, what year 4l80e will interchange? The 4L80E transmission was introduced in 1991 and remained in production until 2013. The 22 years of usage is a testament to its robustness and strength.
Similarly, how do I know if I have 4l60e or 4l80e?
Pan & Pan Gasket This is a good way to identify if you have a 4L60e or a 4L80e transmission in your car. The 4L60e have a rectangular pan & gasket of 16 bolts and the 4L80e have a more oval-shaped transmission pan with 17 bolts. You can see the pictures of the gasket in the specification above.
What vehicles did the 4l80e come in?
- 1991–2013 Chevrolet C/K/Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra V8.
- 1991–2013 Chevrolet/GMC Suburban/GMC Yukon.
- 1995–2003 Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon.
- 1991–2009 Chevrolet Van/Chevrolet Express/GMC Savana.
- 2002–2006 Chevrolet Avalanche V8 8.1L.
- 1992-2006 Hummer H1.
- 1992–1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit/Spur II, III, IV.