Updating the 4l60e


The final gear ratio was never more than one to one.

These transmissions were fine for that era, but the gas shortage of the 1970’s soon saw the government demand that car makers start manufacturing automobiles that got better mileage.

Among the improvements these mandates ushered in, the overdrive automatic transmission was one of the most important.

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