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4L75-E Transmission (Read 175 times)
Mar 19th, 2018 at 6:50am

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Hey,
does anyone know how I might go about getting the GM part number for transmission coolant line push on connector at the tranny for a 4L75-E GM transmission?

I've googled and ordered wrong parts, been to a dealer and local transmission shop to no avail.

I need two of them and have no idea how to get a part number!

Thanks
Scott
 
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Reply #1 - Mar 19th, 2018 at 12:14pm

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OK, I called the seller of my transmission this morning and they in turn called GM.
Lots of time on hold . . .. more time on hold . . . . . .and even more time on hold.

Finally there were TWO solutions to my dilemma. It would seem that GM can not find the part number.

So, the vender offered me a solution as did GM. The vender offered quick release with hose bib on it. Not sure I trust that yet. I am not convinced they will provide a part to fit the tube on the tranny.

GM offered a part that simply replaces the connector in the tranny case. Converts it to a 6AN nipple and off I go.

So being conservative I bought both. I'm tired of getting the wrong part!
Figure one of the two will work!

Scott



 
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Reply #2 - Mar 19th, 2018 at 2:19pm

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   So you are saying,the transmission has No fittings where the cooling lines go? If not, it should, that part is POA meaning Part of Assembly. That is why you are having a problem finding the part number. If it is what I think it is you are looking for Item# 112549544295 on fleabay....jack
 

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Reply #3 - Mar 20th, 2018 at 8:12am

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I think I'll stick with manual trans...much easier. I remember jumping through hoopes putting the beefed up A618 in the Dodge. Went all over the web to get advice to no avail. So I can relate.
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Reply #4 - Mar 20th, 2018 at 10:41am

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Artsvettes wrote on Mar 19th, 2018 at 2:19pm:
   So you are saying,the transmission has No fittings where the cooling lines go? If not, it should, that part is POA meaning Part of Assembly. That is why you are having a problem finding the part number. If it is what I think it is you are looking for Item# 112549544295 on fleabay....jack



First, Thank you Jack for looking!

I however have TWO of those.
It is not the part I need. They are too small.

Yeah, go figure, the tranny is just the next in line in the 4L6X family.
It however is not the 4L80 line which has its roots in the TH400 tranny.
I'm starting to wish I went that route. Probably would have fit just fine.

Doh!
Either way, I have more fittings coming.
Just told my bride, I was no longer interested in doing one system at a time, At this rate I'll never finish.


Scott


 
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