JEGS 4L80E Performance Transmission for 1991-1996 Chevy 4WD Truck
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JEGS 603052 4L80E transmission can be used in an older vehicle when converting to an electronically-controlled overdrive transmission. The conversion to older vehicles will require the use of a transmission controller, crankshaft spacer, special crossmember, driveshaft changes, and other modifications (all sold separately).
This unit only works in vehicles with an 11 pin (green) wiring harness connector. The transfer case adapter is not included.
- Includes mounting bosses on case for P.R.N.D.L. switch
- Fluid capacity: 13.5 quarts (service fill)
- New friction and steel clutch plates
- New low/reverse and intermediate bands
- Complete overhaul kit (seals, gaskets, rings)
- Complete bushing kit
- New internal electronics and wiring harness
- New input and output speed sensors
- New filter
- Rebuilt front pump with new gears
- Rebuilt valve body with shift kit installed
- Stock depth pan
- Cooler line fitting size: 9/16 in.-18
- Replacement drain plug seal
- Dipstick grommet
Note: If you have any problem installing this transmission, please call the JEGS technical support line before returning it. Our experts may be able to assist you with the proper installation.
does this require a computor if so is there a stand alone system for it. wanted to put it behind a 383 blue print engine
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