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This is a discussion on 4l60e bluez within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I replaced my old trans, which was in my 93 gmc suburban k1500 because 3rd and 4th were slipping really ...

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    I replaced my old trans, which was in my 93 gmc suburban k1500 because 3rd and 4th were slipping really bad. I did this in February.
    A couple of days ago , when my truck reached operating temperature it started shift dancing between 3rd and 4th and then down shifted to 2nd and stayed their. When I was almost home it did shift to 3rd but then just stayed in 3rd. So I did some goggling and it sounds like a electrical problem. So I unplugged the battery for about 5 mins then plugged it back in and the truck ran fine. I did notice some differences with the old and new trans. The stock one had a K stamped on each side of the bell housing. The rebuilt trans only had M30 stamped on one side. The dust plate bolt pattern didn't match, so I lined it up and clamped it on. Fluid looks new and smells fine




    Any ideas would help

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    I think the letter code is a MFG. date code, your problem sounds like it is in the controller. A trans shop can read the program for you. Just make sure they are honest and have a good reputation. Did you do the work yourself ?
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    Yes I did the work

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    "M30" is the correct stamping for a 4L60E. Article in this month's Hot Rod discusses the differences between the 700R-4, 4L60 and 4L60E, and included info on the stampings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    "M30" is the correct stamping for a 4L60E. Article in this month's Hot Rod discusses the differences between the 700R-4, 4L60 and 4L60E, and included info on the stampings.
    My thought was maybe I bought the wrong year. I got it locally and the guy said it was for a 93.

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