Automotive Posts Relating to ‘servo’

4L60E Automatic Transmission Servo Removal

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Removing the Servo on a 4L60E Automatic Transmission. Removing the 2 – 4 servo is not that hard on your GM 4L60E Transmission.

First remove the snap ring, then pull up on the 2-4 servo with pliers to expose the o-ring. Now you can cut the o-ring and pull it out with some pliers. Then you’ll carefully remove all of the internal parts.

GM Automatic Transmission Servo Install

Monday, September 5th, 2011

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