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little1963
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little1963

New Member, Male, from sarasota fl

looking to change 2000 gmc 3500 4x4 transmission 4l80e found one from a 1997 gmc 4x4 was wondering if it would work Nov 5, 2017

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    1. THEFERMANATOR
      THEFERMANATOR
      Yes, a 97 trans will work, just make sure and use the correct torque converter. Most all the catalogs say mid year 97 GM made a change to the torque converter height. Your 2000 trans is a better design as GM made quite a few internal improvements during the 99 model year, but they both hookup and function the same.
    2. little1963
      little1963
      looking to change 2000 gmc 3500 4x4 transmission 4l80e found one from a 1997 gmc 4x4 was wondering if it would work
      1. Jaryd
        Jaryd
        I’m 99% sure it will work since it’s a 97 to a 2000. @THEFERMANATOR can tell you for sure when he sees this
        Nov 5, 2017
      2. Jaryd
        Jaryd
        Start a thread because I don’t think a lot of us venture over to this part of the site
        Nov 5, 2017
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