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Old 10-06-2019, 11:43 PM   #3
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Dazed Re: trans type

floridasl22002 is, of course, correct and you would do well to re-start a thread in a VUE forum.
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Originally Posted by bikeone43 View Post
is the type l trans transmission the same or close to the 4t45e transmission the cd shows 4t40e and 4t45e on the same disc
The 4T40E was built for lesser powered engines with lighter vehicle weight and the 4T45E for cars with more power and/or more weight. The differences between the two transmissions are internal. VUEs with GM engines were fitted with the 4T45E for several years.

Based on the cataloging I've viewed it appears that the 6T70 six speed transmission and the four speed 4T45E share the same bell housing to mate with the engine you have.
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