GM Automatic Transmission Servo Install

The 4L60-E Automatic Transmission is capable of transmitting impressive power for both truck and performance car applications. The 4L60-E transmission is an automatic shift, four-speed overdrive, longitudinally positioned transmission. It is now considered to be the best rendition of the finest overdrive automatic transmission ever produced. The strength of the 4L60-E has turned out to be remarkable transmission.


The GM 4L60E Transmission Rebuild involves the servo Install. In this section we will show you the proper install of the 2-4 servo. Number one is replacing the O-rings on the cover and the inner housing. We are a community and resource designed for automotive enthusiasts. New Transmission and Differential Rebuilding are our speciality. Educating the Automotive Enthusiast

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13 Responses to “GM Automatic Transmission Servo Install”

  1. itsbetterintx says:


  2. DisturbedVegeta says:

    very good! i will have to try this out tomorrow^_^

  3. fastgmc98 says:

    good info

  4. greenjellybean978 says:

    Great video thank you very much.

  5. tomasg921 says:

    What kind of lube is used in this? and where can i get it?

  6. dornier2828 says:

    Great video on the 4L60-E Servo Install. I love to learn from people who know what they are doing when it comes to transmissions I am proud of you thank very much

  7. trikemaster420247 says:

    You are good…

  8. wheeliedart says:

    Absolutley correct…checking the pin length is critical and Atec wants $420 for the! nice trick!

  9. tim03038 says:

    I have a question… is the servo cover under pressure? If the servo cover is leaking a bit is it more of a job than just replaceing the o rings? Is there fluid behind the servo cover? In other words if you were to remove the servo cover would fluid come out.

  10. IMAFAKE46 says:


  11. Boardingjb says:

    I liked the video untill the snapring install. Thats bs. You must have editing it since it took me and 2 freinds 3 hours to just do the snap ring

  12. Boardingjb says:

    The snap ring is not that easy! You did it but it took us 3 hours to install the snap ring

  13. BoxWrench says:

    This is just a small sample video of an over 2 hour long instructional DVD for rebuilding a 4L60E transmission. You shouldn’t be using the few clips of it online, to do an actual rebuild. You’d need the entire video to do things right. Contact us if you need help. Best of luck!