About Chevrolet C1500
Production of the round model ceased in 1992, and GM transferred the pickups and large SUVs to the GMT400 series. The extended cab adopted this design, but not the simple 'Bonus Cab.' All two-seat cabs now had rear seats. The 1993 Chevrolet C1500 had only minor exterior changes. The Chevrolet C1500 now had front seats in the extended cab. The 1994 chassis was largely unchanged. All Chevrolet C1500 trucks received a temporary front-end upgrade for the 1995 model year. The side mirrors were reshaped and enlarged. Some improvements were related to safety requirements: all 1500 Series trucks received driver's side airbags, all-wheel ABS, central brake light, and a gear shift indicator.
GMT is the name General Motors uses for various vehicle chassis. The GMT nomenclature, in use since the early 1980s, includes passenger cars, large SUVs and vans, and some medium trucks. Almost all GMT vehicles are rear-wheel drive. The GMT800 introduces a three-piece chassis system. These can be combined depending on axle load, gross weight, and chassis body type instead of using a long one-piece frame. The front section is hydroformed, and the middle and rear sections are laminated or molded, depending on the application. This increases the flexibility of the chassis. The platform of the Chevy C1500 can accommodate a total of four front sections, seven middle sections, and four rear sections, making it suitable for almost 40 truck configurations. All the parts you receive are brand new OEM components, including wheels and bumpers. These genuine parts and accessories are delivered directly from the manufacturer to your doorstep. You don't need to worry about the price in our shop. Combined with our VIN assembly system, their knowledge will ensure that you get the right OEM components. If you can't find the part you want, please feel free to contact us.
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The 4L60E of the Chevy C1500 is an electronically controlled version of the 700R4 turbocharged transmission, which has been in production since 1982. The 4L60E and 4L65E are manufactured at transmission plants in Toledo, Ohio; Romulus, Michigan; and Ramos, Arizona, Mexico. From the outside, it's impossible to tell the parts apart. The 4L65E has the same parts externally, but the internals is more reliable, as the 5-speed compared to the 4-speed in the 4L60E. The 4L60E uses a 6.5-inch deep, 6-bolt clutch housing instead of the Gen 3 version in the LS and a 7-inch deep, 7-bolt clutch housing in the LS.
The NV4500 of the Chevrolet C1500 is a popular 5-speed manual transmission used in light commercial vehicles and upgraded SUVs. Adapters are available to connect a wide range of engines and transmissions to this gearbox. The carbon timing of the Chevrolet C1500 requires a special synthetic transmission fluid for smooth operation and long life. The electric engine provides greater efficiency by replacing the starter motor and alternator with a single unit that supports the transmission. Mild hybrids do not need as many batteries and do not have the same fuel consumption as full hybrids. One example is a full-size pickup truck with a single 7 kW three-phase electric motor mounted between the engine and conventional 4L60E. Chevrolet was able to improve the Silverado's fuel efficiency in the city by up to 10% by shutting down and restarting the engine when needed, reducing the extra load.