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#1: transmission replacement, steps

Posted on 2008-03-17 17:57:37 by Mike

would anyone know of links or subscription I would pay for to read about small truck
(4L30E GM tranny) transmission replacement?

if I can pay for some online manual (ie. Alldata ?) for walking me step-by-step of the
dismount and remount process of the transmission and torque converter, would like to
attempt doing this on my own and install a factory rebuilt unit

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#2: Re: transmission replacement, steps

Posted on 2008-03-17 18:44:25 by csr684NOT

mike wrote:
> would anyone know of links or subscription I would pay for to read about
> small truck (4L30E GM tranny) transmission replacement?
>
> if I can pay for some online manual (ie. Alldata ?) for walking me
> step-by-step of the dismount and remount process of the transmission and
> torque converter, would like to attempt doing this on my own and install
> a factory rebuilt unit
>
>
>

What vehicle? If it's a 2WD then it is easy. If it's a 4X4 it is just a
bit harder.
You do have all the required tools and a lift (or at least a good secure
way to get the vehicle up high enough to work under it). If you don't
have all the tools and a good work space you might want to let a shop do
the work.

--
Steve W.
Near Cooperstown, New York

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