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    Default Re: Tan pillar pod / 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Trans cooler

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    We might get below freezing for maybe an hour a couple times in January. Once the sun comes out, it warms right back up again though. I might have run under the recommended temperature 10% of the time, but I was willing to make that trade vs. running too hot 90% of the time. If I lived further east I might run the cooler in series, but it wasn't ever really a problem here. Our weather is brutal on transmissions. There are a ton of trans shops here in Tucson, and they are all busy all the time.



    I'd be happy to sell the lines and brackets separately. I can re-use this cooler on the S10. It looks like the 70264 is the same height as my 70266. So it would mount using the same holes in the brackets. It would just change the location of the drilled holes in the core support, but you have to drill those anyway so no big deal there. The inlet/outlet sizes are different on the two coolers. You would need to get a 3/8" NPT x -6an straight fitting and a 3/8" NPT x -6an 90 fitting, but otherwise everything you need would be there.

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    Oops. The 70264 has barb / clamp ends for the hoses, not pipe thread.
    Ya, the coolers are a bit different, that's why I thought to buy all your stuff and sell my co-worker my cooler (new in box). Are the lines easy to install into the tranny? That's the only part that has me nervous.
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    Default Re: Tan pillar pod / 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Trans cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco Boy View Post
    Ya, the coolers are a bit different, that's why I thought to buy all your stuff and sell my co-worker my cooler (new in box).
    Ahhh, Okay. I understand. Makes good sense.

    Are the lines easy to install into the tranny? That's the only part that has me nervous.
    Super easy. Remove the little wire retaining clip, pull the existing cooler lines from the fittings, re-install the wire retaining clip, insert the lines to the new cooler. Should hear a "click" when they are all the way in. Done.

    Here's a link to the folder with all the install pictures:
    http://s491.photobucket.com/user/Sto...?sort=3&page=1

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    Default Re: Tan pillar pod / 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Trans cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonHall10 View Post
    Ahhh, Okay. I understand. Makes good sense.



    Super easy. Remove the little wire retaining clip, pull the existing cooler lines from the fittings, re-install the wire retaining clip, insert the lines to the new cooler. Should hear a "click" when they are all the way in. Done.

    Here's a link to the folder with all the install pictures:
    http://s491.photobucket.com/user/Sto...?sort=3&page=1
    Ok. Let me ponder this. I will let you know later.
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    Default Re: Tan pillar pod / 4T65e Rebuild DVD

    Trans cooler assembly and pillar pod sold.
    Last edited by BrandonHall10; 07-14-2017 at 11:06 AM.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD

    Bump. Just the DVD left. Someone want's to rebuild their own trans, right?

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD

    Bump. Still have the DVD. Will also be adding a couple more off board interfaces once I test them.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD

    any 04+ interfaces this time? I pulled the wiring from my 04 to make one but am hesitant since I am not a whiz in electrical.
    2007 Grand Prix GT. Pacesetter headers, 1.8 roller rockers, CAI, HPTuned, 3.4pulley, TEP transmission, DIY ported heads, 90# springs, rollmaster single timing chain, fuel pump rewire, poly mounts/performance suspension, Impala front brakes drilled and slotted rotors.
    Past Grand Prix- 97 GT, 03 GT, 04 GT, 04 Comp G.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by rickisrad View Post
    any 04+ interfaces this time? I pulled the wiring from my 04 to make one but am hesitant since I am not a whiz in electrical.
    I really should. The only thing stopping me is not having a PCM to fully test the interface. I wouldn't sell one I didn't or couldn't test. I'm to cheap to actually by one at the junkyard. Plus I mostly cater to the LS swap crowd. It just so happens many of the GP run the same type PCM as the Gen 3 V8's.

    Anyhow, I updated the first post with picture and description of the interface.


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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Do you have the transmission rebuild dvd's still? If so, how much for both? What do you have for a 2001 GTP that's bone stock... For now!!!

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Just the one DVD. It includes everything covered in a standard rebuild plus the high performance "mods". It's like an enhanced version.

    The only W-body stuff I have left is a 9C1 trans cooler and maybe a PCM. Car's been gone a while now.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    If you ever want to build some, I have a 2004 comp G PCM that I would trade for a built 04+ unit. I have the pcm connections also.
    2007 Grand Prix GT. Pacesetter headers, 1.8 roller rockers, CAI, HPTuned, 3.4pulley, TEP transmission, DIY ported heads, 90# springs, rollmaster single timing chain, fuel pump rewire, poly mounts/performance suspension, Impala front brakes drilled and slotted rotors.
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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Quote Originally Posted by rickisrad View Post
    If you ever want to build some, I have a 2004 comp G PCM that I would trade for a built 04+ unit. I have the pcm connections also.
    Let's make a deal. PM headed your way...

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Free Bump! I used that exact dvd to rebuild my own transmission and it was WAAAYYY better than the tech manual! I'm going on 2000+ miles with no issues, and had gm transmission specialist local shop test everything and they said it worked better than when they saw them off the assembly line! DVD is well worth the money.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonHall10 View Post
    Just the one DVD. It includes everything covered in a standard rebuild plus the high performance "mods". It's like an enhanced version.

    The only W-body stuff I have left is a 9C1 trans cooler and maybe a PCM. Car's been gone a while now.
    Ok. How much for the DVD shipped? Do you have the PCM still? If so, what year is it for and what mods are needed to use it?

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Quote Originally Posted by dromaine View Post
    Ok. How much for the DVD shipped?
    $35

    Do you have the PCM still? If so, what year is it for and what mods are needed to use it?
    I do have a PCM, but that remark was meant more as a flippant response to the "what do you have left?" question. Sorry.

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

    Do you have PayPal?

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    Default Re: 4T65e Rebuild DVD / Offline tuning interface

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    Do you have PayPal?
    PM Sent.

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    Default Re: Offline tuning interface

    4t65e DVD Sold. Just the tuning interfaces left.

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    Default Re: Offline tuning interface

    Stupid question and probably answered in this thread elsewhere but what model interfaces are they and what exactly can you do with them? I'm great with wrenches and things just never really did or attempted any tuning but am EXTREMELY interested in it. What can a newbie do/ screw up with this?

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    Default Re: Offline tuning interface

    you need to have a tuner first, then you can connect it to a pcm and the tuner and reprogram it.

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