Chevy/GMC – 4L60E Transmission Replacement – Part I

Chevy/GMC – 4L60E Transmission Replacement – Part I

In this video I bring you along as I swap out the transmission on a customers 2007 GMC Sierra 1500 Classic 4×4. I am installing a @Jasper Engines & Transmissions reman unit. So come along for this multi part series.

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Peter Mitchell says:

My LS1 and 4L60E will turn over 600000 km tomorrow in my 22 year old wagon !

Roberta Williamson says:

Guys just hold stuff in, most of the time when I work on something angry epithets are flying out of my mouth, but when I'm quiet it's because somethings on my mind that I can't talk about publicly, so don't sweat it.

BobFob says:

The combination of 2007 truck and that condition and NY state don't make sense until you throw in the magical binder "fluid film treated". Impressive how rust-free that car is.

D says:

That truck looked nice underneath, that fluid film is amazing. Not sure it ones better than the other, but i use krown on my tundra, seems to work pretty good.

rhoptry says:

Ah, the torch. Love the torch.

John Nance says:

Eric, How about a rear main seal while you are in this deep??

Landon Tesar says:

ugh, that fluid!

Sam L Wackson says:

Man that’s one clean northern truck for only being applied the last 5 years

Scott Hill says:

That atf fluid is toasty.

Craig Goodwin says:

Eric, love to watch you work. I wish I could do it the way you do it. Thanks for Sharing!

Jim Mizzi says:

I’ve always wondered why they don’t make exhaust hardware out of something that won’t rust

Shane's Trains says:

The classic… towed in OD

pandeomonia says:

The comment of the fluid film made me take a more critical look at the underbelly of this guy, and boy howdy it really is a night and day difference compared to some of the previous cars that've rolled through your shop that were falling apart with rust.

David Esman says:

why dont they put drain plugs in trans pans?

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