PML Stock Capacity Transmission Pan for GM 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E
Part Number 9297
|Black powder coating
Volume: stock capacity compared to stock GM shallow pan
Dimensions: Click here for dimensions.
Number of Bolts: 16
This PML pan fits 700R4, 4L60, and 4L60E transmissions. GM and Chevy use these transmissions in many cars and trucks. This stock capacity pan works well on vehicles with limited clearance, like Corvette and Camaro. The 700R4 is also a popular aftermarket replacement transmission.
PML designed this pan as a heavy duty replacement for the stock GM shallow pan that came with vehicles model year 1998 and older, 1996 and older Corvette, and a few vehicles, such as Camaro and Firebird up to 2002. The stock GM shallow pan and the stock GM deep pan are shown in the picture below.
If you have the stock GM deep pan, please see PML part number 9427 as this pan, part number 9297, will not work for you.
Note there are two versions of the stock GM shallow pan. They have the same depth. The older version is primarily found on 700R4 transmissions. This PML pan, part number 9297, can replace either style stock GM shallow pan.
Some examples of common vehicles that this pan will fit are:
Check your vehicle to determine if you have ground clearance and check for the drive shaft, exhaust or frame cross members near or under the stock pan prior to ordering. If you have room for a deeper pan to increase capacity, see our part number 8650-1.
If you have a Corvette, please see our Corvette page for more information about our Corvette products.
This pan features a drain hole and magnetic drain plug for easier fluid changes, fins and aluminum construction to dissipate heat, and a boss that can be machined for a temperature sensor. If you would like PML to drill and tap the boss for an aftermarket gage or sensor, there is a $45 machining charge. We can drill and tap 1/8 NPT to 1/2 NPT.
PML designed this pan to work with the 700R4, 4L60 and 4L60E filters that fit the stock GM shallow pan. Please see our Filter Guide for PML Part Number 9297.
Shift Cable Mounting Bracket
You may have to modify your shift cable mounting bracket to use this pan. If the trans pan mounting bolts hold the shift cable bracket on, please reference this article from Vette magazine for details.
PML Transmission Pan Compared to Stock
These images show this PML transmission pan compared to the stock pan.
This PML transmission pan has been installed on many Camaro, Corvette, and custom hot rods. Our thanks to those who have emailed us images.
2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Installation
Transmission Automotive Technologies (TAT) in Lousiana installed this PML transmssion pan on a 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 5.7L. TAT rebuilt the 4L60E transmission and added the PML pan. The pan is in the black powder coat finish with brushed fins.
1997 Camaro Installation
Image shows this PML transmission pan installed on a 1997 Camaro Z28. The PML pan is in as-cast finish. This view shows the driver's side of the pan. The drain plug is under the shift linkage cable.
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1972 Nova Installation
Terry installed this PML pan and a PML rear GM 14 bolt rear differential cover on his 1972 Nova. His restoration was still in process when we received these pictures.
1918 Dodge Roadster Installation
1918 Dodge Brothers Roadster shown at the Grand Nationals in January 2011 with this PML 700R4 pan.
Richard, the owner, from California, kindly allowed us to take pictures.
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PML Transmission Pan Features:
All PML transmission pans ship with new mounting bolts and a magnetic drain plug.
If you would like PML to machine your pan for a temperature sending unit, there is an additional charge of $45 .
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