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So I lost gears 3 and 4 on the highway today. I'm having a super duty 4x4 4L70e built by monster. They asked me what pin connector my Trans has. They said it's either a 13pin or 15pin. I contacted a Chevy dealership and they didn't know.
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Its the round plug on the right side of the trans. You'll have to pull it and count the pins.

What year is it. Someone might know already.
 

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2006 awd
 

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Its a 20 pin connector but only 15 pins are used.
 

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I'll give monster that info and see if it helps. worst comes to worse I guess I'll have to try scrape the jack under my frame and pull the plug.....should I expect to have fluid leak if I do this?
 

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Oh, it's an electrical unit. the picture they sent me looked like a bolt that connects to the Trans fluid pan
 

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Oh, it's an electrical unit. the picture they sent me looked like a bolt that connects to the Trans fluid pan
Sure you want them building you a trans then?
 

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Big name company used for builds for overhaulin and other car builds found on velocity and speed network. They probably assumed I knew what they were talking about. Thank you for your help
 

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Considering all 70e have an ISS im sure its a 15. Thats the only difference i could think of. You would think they would know such info? Maybe im wrong.
 

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They state on their site that 70e's have the 15 pin. They wanted to know what mine had only because it is a 2006. Did they use a 60e when they first started the ss line?
 

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No not that I'm aware of.
 

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I am building a test connector set, does anyone happen to know the part number of the connector on the right?

I would appreciate it greatly.
 

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15443076
 

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I think 15443076 is an old number. I found a couple part numbers, 15305804 and 13510422. I found an ACDelco part number PT921. It comes with leads.
 

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I think 15443076 is an old number. I found a couple part numbers, 15305804 and 13510422. I found an ACDelco part number PT921. It comes with leads.
Thats what I needed, thanks Branndon
 
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