How much does a 4L80 transmission case cost?
Core Deposit: $800.00 Our 4L80E features so many performance enhancing upgrades, you could accuse me of being on steroids. We’ve updated the case connected to the latest design on all models and versions prior to 1994.
What’s the difference between TH400 and 4L80E transmission?
The 4L80E transmission evolved from the heavy-duty TH400 transmission. The 4L80E offers 4th gear overdrive feature whereas the TH400 only offered a total of 3 forward speeds. It was the need for an overdrive transmission that was the ultimate reasoning behind retiring the TH400 transmission.
What kind of overdrive does a 4L80E have?
It was the need for an overdrive transmission that was the ultimate reasoning behind retiring the TH400 transmission. Having identical ratios, the exception of the 4L80 was that it has a 0.75:1 overdrive used for 3/4 and 1 ton pickup trucks that have either a 6.2L or 6.5L diesel engine.
Do you need a core deposit for a 4L80E transmission?
If you are not completely satisfied with your transmission when it arrives, send it back for a full refund. Our 4L80E is the functional and visual equivalent of a new transmission. If for any reason it does not meet this description we want it back. No Core Deposit. We do not charge a core deposit.
What do you need to know about the 4L80E transmission?
Have Peace Of Mind, knowing that your new 4L80E Transmission has all the Updates developed by General Motors Engineers combined with the Latest Industry Advancements providing Unparalleled OE Strength and Durability. A Complete System Correction and Recalibration Kit improve pressure control and shift quality.
When did the General Motors 4L80E TH400 come out?
We wanted to took a closer look at it. The 4L80E is the successor to the Turbo Hydramatic 400 transmission. The TH400 was originally introduced to the General Motors platform in the 1960s. The 4L80E came thirty years later in the 1990s.
What’s the max load capacity of a 4L80E?
The 4L80E has a max torque rating of 440 lb.-ft. of torque, giving it a max load capacity of 18,000 pounds. The gearing to move such a heavy load is a 2.48 first gear, 1.48 second, 1.00 third, and 0.75 overdrive. These transmissions can be found behind 4.3 to 8.1-liter gas engines and 6.5 to 6.6-liter diesel engines.
Is it possible to rebuild a 4L80E core?
Use your best judgement in these cases. Another option is to search for a core at the local yard, or even better your local dismantler and spend hours finding one and pulling it out. This would be a cost effective way of sourcing one, but it would most likely need to be rebuilt.