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Old 06-02-2014, 02:17 AM   #1
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4r70 swap.

If anybody is looking to do manual to auto swap. I got all that you need todo the swap. 500 Obo. Located in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Old 06-02-2014, 08:27 AM   #2
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Damn where were you in January? That looks like a 4R75w actually which is a better trans than the 4r70w. Also, per forum rules, plz put the paper with your username and date in a pic with the goods.

Also might be a good idea to list mileage on the trans/converter and brand of converter. If the trans is a 4r75w (looks like it) then it would be out of a 2004 GT or Mach.
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It's out of an 03 GT. It's got 79,411 miles and it's located in Kansas City, Missouri. I would like 500 Obo plus shipping. Everything is oem. It's coming with trans, trans harness, trans brace, trans yoke, charcoal shifter, torque converter, flywheel and trans coolant lines. Everything but the Ecu but I contacted my tuning company (Bama through American Muscle) and they turned the automatic side of my Ecu off.
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Thank you. Also, you have a rare 2003 4R75w or the original trans was replaced at some point with a 75w. Do you see that yellow plug above the DTR sensor? That is where the turbine sensor goes in vehicles that use one (trucks). 4R70ws don't have this.

The 4R75w is a much better transmission but is NOT plug and play with non 2004 autos as the OSS pickup is 24 pulse vs 6 pulse for the 4R70w. This is easy enough to change in the tune, the tuner just changes the 6 to a 24 and done. But just something prospective buyers should be aware of.
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Will there by any type of number I can look to check on the tranny to identify?
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The tag might be on there. But only 4R75ws have that plug and that is 100% the way to verify it.
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Well I google imaged a 4r70 and 4r75 and it certainly looks like a 4r75.
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