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Old 07-10-2019, 08:18 AM
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Anyone have a link to a gm id code chart...the white sticker code / case
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The information you are looking for has never been made available in a chart for the public from General Motors...

The information is out there, and I also have the information in books from my time at General Motors.

Post your broadcast code and I will reply with the information.

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Thank you, 0LPD
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Originally Posted by vorteciroc View Post
The information you are looking for has never been made available in a chart for the public from General Motors...

The information is out there, and I also have the information in books from my time at General Motors.

Post your broadcast code and I will reply with the information.

OHHHHHHH Just share the whole list
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Thank you, 0LPD
Your Unit is from a two wheel drive 2000 Astro/ Safari Van.
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OHHHHHHH Just share the whole list
Haaaaaaaaaaaaa! Why am I not surprised! :-)
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Your Unit is from a two-wheel drive 2000 Astro/ Safari Van.
LOL, the guy posts it on facebook market place as a 4L65E that needs rebuilding for $250 obo. I made an offer based on it being a 4L65E but he didn't respond to any offers. I could make out the id sticker and became suspicious...now I know why he didn't reply. Thank You for your time and effort.
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LOL, the guy posts it on facebook market place as a 4L65E that needs rebuilding for $250 obo. I made an offer based on it being a 4L65E but he didn't respond to any offers. I could make out the id sticker and became suspicious...now I know why he didn't reply. Thank You for your time and effort.
You are most welcome. :-)

The 4L65E units should ONLY hold a higher value to someone whom wishes to keep a rare or valuable vehicle STOCK.

Otherwise do not waste any time or money on a 4L65E unit.

When we rebuild these 4L60E/ 65E/ 70E /75E /78E /79E family of units... they can all share in the same parts upgrades.
So there really is no reason to start with anything more than a plain 4l60E, since it can be upgraded regardless.

Try and pick up a working core for around $200.00 or less.
Also I suspect most of those transmission adds are bull **** in regard to the unit being from a performance vehicle... Plus as I said, It doesn't matter anyway. The only units to avoid, would be corvette transmissions.
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Here is what I have from a place I used to work for, it's not 100%
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Here is what I have from a place I used to work for, it's not 100%
Unfortunately... some of the info here is inaccurate. :-(
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Originally Posted by vorteciroc View Post
Unfortunately... some of the info here is inaccurate. :-(
I understand that it is not 100% accurate. Help me make it accurate. Point me to a direction that would allow me to acquire the correct information.
A lot of people want to understand what the transmission they have came from. They want to know what to look for when buying a core or good used transmission. How to tell the difference between them. 4L60E's have been out of production since???
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Originally Posted by vorteciroc View Post
Unfortunately... some of the info here is inaccurate. :-(
You're like the reason I don't go to strip clubs.
I know it's right there in front of me...but I can't have it. Just a tease.

Quit teasing me with this list!! lol
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I am truly sorry... I have signed far too many Nondisclosure agreements with General Motors to be able to pass on information here and get away with it. with out suffering a multi-million dollar law suit over information privately shared within the corporation and not publicly share it on LS1TECH.com

I will say that the Info you have is very very close to perfectly providing the correct information to generate a chart.

study the GM Body/ platforms and you will find the answers you are looking for and more. you are soo close that, it is ridiculous!!!

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