What transmission is in a 1986 Chevy truck?

What transmission is in a 1986 Chevy truck?

The 1986 Chevy truck featured two- and four-wheel drive, four- or six-cylinder, 2.5-liter engines and manual five-speed or four-speed automatic transmission.

What Chevy transmission do I have?

Open the driver’s side door and find the white card on the side of the door that is filled with small black lettering. This card contains specific details about the year the car was made, its transmission, engine specifications and other details. Underneath or beside the “TR” symbol will be a number code.

How much is a Chevy transmission?

The cost of a new Chevy Silverado transmission could be over $3,500 depending on the vehicle, however, transmission services such as fluid changes and a transmission fluid flush are considerably less fancy, in some cases costing less than $150.

What transmission came in a 1987 Chevy R10?

The last year for square-body C10 production was 1986 because in 1987 with the introduction TBI fuel injection and the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission Chevrolet changed the C10 series designation to R10. Who the hell would want an R10?

Is a 700R4 transmission the same as a 4L60E?

You can’t tell the difference between a 700R4 and a 4L60E by the oil pan as they are nearly the same. If the transmission has a large 18-pin electronic connector above the passenger side pan rail, it’s a 4L60E, as seen here. If it has a cable connection near the cooler lines on the passenger’s side, that’s a 700R4.

What letter in the VIN is the transmission?

The Vehicle identification number is a 17-digit number where each of them has a unique meaning that is associated with the vehicle. The transmission of the vehicle is usually in between the fourth and the ninth digits-you would get to know the type of transmission of the vehicle.

Why are square body Chevys so popular?

With its dual-wheel rear axle and severe-duty running gear, it was ideal for construction work and for serious towing. (Back in the day, these rigs were especially popular with racers—they were perfect for pulling fifth-wheel race car trailers.)

Is a K20 a 3/4 ton?

The Chevrolet K20, part of Chevy’s C/K truck line, was a full-size pickup truck produced in the United States from 1960 until 1999. The K20 name referred to the three-quarter ton, four-wheel-drive Chevy truck model.