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MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness
MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness

MicroSquirt CAN Transmission Controller with 4L60E Subharness

$499.00

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Description

4L60E Plug and Play Transmission Control via MicroSquirt

Seamlessly control your 4L60E transmission with MicroSquirt Transmission Control! The supplied 4L60E subharness provides a simple, plug and play integration with MS3-Pro and directly mates with our LSx drop on harnesses.  This harness fits GM 4L60E transmissions with and without the LUF (lock up feel) control solenoid. It does not include the input shaft speed sensor found on later 4L65E and 4L70E variants. You can also wire the harness to communicate with an MS2, another MicroSquirt EMS, MS3-Pro, or MS3 over the CAN bus.

Parts included

  • MicroSquirt Transmission Controller
  • Complete 4L60E plug & play wiring harness
  • 6 pin black connector for power, ground, and CAN bus
  • 8 pin gray connector for additional inputs
  • 18 crimp pins for the above connector

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I’ve heard of a device called the MicroTCU. Is this a MicroTCU?

  • The MicroTCU is a different unit that has similar specifications, but it has not been put into production.

 

Is it waterproof?

  • No, but you can make it waterproof with a bit of RTV silicone around the edge of the case.

Are there other versions of the MicroSquirt for other functions? Transmission control or the “IO Box”, for example?

  • These all use the same ECU, just running different code to change its function and use it as a transmission control unit or I/O expansion device. See MSExtra.com for details.

Could I use two MicroSquirts, one running the engine and one running the transmission?

  • Yes. They would link up over their CAN networks to look like a single unit to the tuning software.

Where is this unit made?

  • They are built in the USA.

What do I need to tune this unit over USB?

Questions & Answers

    I am currently running a ms2 extra and hope to use a 2003 4l60e. Will this unit work with this combo.
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    Q I am currently running a ms2 extra and hope to use a 2003 4l60e. Will this unit work with this co...... Read more
    Asked by Mike Monse
  2. So my Ecu my motor uses puts out Gmlan. Would I be able to hook this to the can bus and have them work properly?
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    Q So my Ecu my motor uses puts out Gmlan. Would I be able to hook this to the can bus and have them...... Read more
    Asked by Thomas chung
  4. Your documentation states "It does not include the input shaft speed sensor found on later 4L65E and 4L70E variants." I'm new and still learning. Does this mean it cannot be used to control a 4L65E transmission? Will it work with reduced capability? Can the harness be modified to include the input speed sensor?
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    Q Your documentation states "It does not include the input shaft speed sensor found on later 4L65E ...... Read more
    Asked by Dave L
  6. Will the harness work with a 95 s10 1 piece 4l60?
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    Q Will the harness work with a 95 s10 1 piece 4l60?
    Asked by Joshua caldwell
  8. hi i have a 1950 chevy truck ls1 carberated msd controler and a 4l60e transmission and i need a simple to instal trans mission controler and was wondering about micro squirt controlers thanks
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    Q hi i have a 1950 chevy truck ls1 carberated msd controler and a 4l60e transmission and i need a s...... Read more
    Asked by Ted Parry
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