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Hog Rider
Hog Rider, Transmission Technician
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Experience:  Transmission Rebulider of 19 year's . A.T.R.A. and A.T.S.G. Certifications of Completion of 9 year's
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eccc have them relook up the #`s(information on your car

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
any particular brand recomendations, this is a family car.
Expert:  Hog Rider replied 9 years ago.


To answer your Question`s ,

ECCC is Electronically Controlled Converter Clutch

This is the clutch Built into your torque converter that Allowes your Transmission to apply Lock UP. V.I.A. Electronic command.

any Brand is just fine The Important thing here is to get the correct CODE off your Origional Converter ! It is a code stamped on the converter from the factory to properly replace with the correct one ! This is Important It may consist of a few numbers and or letters in combonation.

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Reply to Hog Rider's Post: The parts store shows a converter....w/o ECCC for a 4T60E How can that be?
Expert:  Hog Rider replied 9 years ago.

That may be for a 4T60

The 4T60E take the ECCC

have them relook up the #`s(information on your car)