JEGS 555-62140 4L60E Transmission Complete Rebuild Kit Features:
- Fits 1997 through 2003 4L60E/4L65E transmissions
- An all-in-one complete rebuild kit takes the guesswork out of transmission repair
- This kit includes everything you need to improve your transmission shift feel and response
- Made with high-quality materials that will provide a successful rebuild
JEGS 555-62140 4L60E Transmission Complete Rebuild Kit Includes:
- All Paper Gaskets
- Transmission Pan Gasket
- Rubber O-rings
- Metal Clad Front Input and Rear Output Rubber Lip Seals
- Sealing Rings
- Thrust Washer Kit
- Friction Clutch Plates (High Energy Clutches)
- Steel Clutch Plates
- Stamped Steel Pistons
- Oil Filter
- Front & Rear Shaft Bushings
- Valve Body Check Balls
- Dip Stick Tube Seal
Is it worth rebuilding a 4L60E transmission?
- Rebuilding a 4L60E transmission can be a worthwhile investment, especially if the rest of your vehicle is in good condition. A high-quality 4L60E rebuild kit, like our "4L60E master rebuild kit" and "4L60E transmission complete rebuild kit," can help restore your transmission's performance, providing a cost-effective solution compared to purchasing a new transmission.
Can I rebuild my own 4L60E?
- Yes, you can rebuild your own 4L60E transmission, and our comprehensive "4L60 rebuild kit" and "rebuild kit for 4L60E" are designed to assist in the rebuilding process. With the right tools and knowledge, a DIY rebuild can save you money and give you a sense of accomplishment. Follow the included instructions carefully, or consult with a professional for guidance if needed.
What years are 4L60E compatible?
- The 4L60E transmission is compatible with a range of years and vehicles. It is commonly found in GM vehicles produced from 1990 to 2012. However, compatibility can vary, so it's essential to verify the specific requirements for your vehicle. Our "4l60e rebuild" kits are designed to cater to the diverse range of 4L60E transmissions in various compatible years.
How many hours does it take to rebuild a 4L60E?
- The time it takes to rebuild a 4L60E transmission can vary depending on your experience level and the complexity of the rebuild. On average, it may take approximately 10 to 15 hours for someone with moderate experience. However, factors such as familiarity with the process, the condition of the transmission, and the availability of tools can impact the rebuilding time. Our "4l60e rebuild kit" comes with all the essential components to streamline the process.
Upgrade and rejuvenate your 4L60E transmission with our premium "4L60E master rebuild kit" or "4L60E complete transmission rebuild kit." Explore the quality components included in our "4L60 rebuild kit" for a successful DIY rebuild. Trust JEGS High Performance for top-notch automotive products and accessories.
I know it says 1997-2003 GM 4L60, but will this work for a 1993 Silverado?
What stage rebuild is this
Will it work for a 1999 s10 4x4 automatic transmission
Will this fit a 2000 4l60e 4x4
What brand of clutches and steel are in this kit
Is this for a 4x4 or 2wd? Also are the parts labeled in separate bags or just thrown in a box?
Hello, for this 4l60e rebuild kit. How much Hp does it hold? or is this a stock rebuild kit? Thank you
Have a 1998 gmc 1500 4wd truck. Is this the right kit to rebuild the trans?
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