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Thread: 95 3.4 camaro a4 tranny... same as all other 4l60e?

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    95 3.4 camaro a4 tranny... same as all other 4l60e?

    My girlfriends v6 camaro tranny may be taking a shit, its starting to shift hard... im going to swap out th efilter and flush the fluid, but if it doesnt fix it they have a pick your part (pull your own parts) shop having 50% off so I can get a a4 tranny complete for like 60 bucks, are all fbody automatic transmission the same, or is there wiring differences etc? thanks!

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    all v6 fbody 4l60e are the same.
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    wiring and all the things are same plugins ? want to make sure... a guy on tech is saying otherwise

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    I found a couple 3.8 4l60e trannys at the junkyard, just want to double check, this WILL fit my 95 3.4 4l60e camaro right? same bellhousing and everything?

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    I dont believe that the bellhousings are the same. 3.8's the bellhousing is cast to the transmission. I am fairly certain that the LT1/LS1's have removable bellhousings, and I 'think' the 3.4's might be removable as well. Not certain about the bolt pattern between the 3.8 and 3.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellik View Post
    I dont believe that the bellhousings are the same. 3.8's the bellhousing is cast to the transmission. I am fairly certain that the LT1/LS1's have removable bellhousings, and I 'think' the 3.4's might be removable as well. Not certain about the bolt pattern between the 3.8 and 3.4
    3.4 is a one piece unit.

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    i thought the 3.4 had the 4l60 which isnt the electronic unit.

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    im sure frank with performabuilt will chime in here but:
    diff bells
    diff input shaft (frank?)
    diff pump (think verter)
    starter location (?)
    electronic controls
    up to 98 the 3.8 had solid trans case, after it had removable bells/tails, same sizing, just removable/interchangable.
    diff crank/pilot hole size/depth for the trans/verter input (?)
    rear crossmember (the 3.8 is specific)
    flexplate
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    I've gotten many mixed answers on this in the past, I'm curious myself.
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    The 3.4's had a solid attached bell housing that a 3.8's 4L60E would not match up to. You need to get one off another 3.4L. Your only options are from a 94-95 3.4L. 93's had the 4L60 (700r4) which will not work for you.

    Not sure if they're are any major differences between the 94's and 95's transmissions, my guess would be no, but if there were they would most likely be minimal differences. But don't take my word on that.
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    The 3800 and 3.4 has the same bolt pattern on the bell housing, it's called "The Small Corperate" or "Metric" pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forced_Firebird View Post
    The 3800 and 3.4 has the same bolt pattern on the bell housing, it's called "The Small Corperate" or "Metric" pattern.
    Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindeyed View Post
    Seriously?

    I'll be damned..
    Yes. The old 3.8's and all 4.3's recieved the standard V8 (90*) pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forced_Firebird View Post
    Yes. The old 3.8's and all 4.3's recieved the standard V8 (90*) pattern.
    I figured that much, but wasn't aware that the 60*'s got the same patten. Assumed they were different being that the blocks were different angles.
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    well itll bolt up then, but will it work i guess is the question?

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