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Are you expecting someone to list the differences between a C4 and a C6? It all depends on how you look at it:

Similar: both are 3 speed automatics
Different:C4 is smaller and lighter
Similar:Theory of operation
Different: Details of operation....
C4: two multi disc clutches , two bands
C6: three multi disc clutches , one band




I guess if you understand how to do a C6 from your video, you should also be able to do a C4, but you still need to sweat the details,like torque values, clearances, etc.
 

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They're of somewhat similar design. And that's about all that's the same between the two of them.
 

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All else being equal, a C4 is a little simpler to work on and figure out.
 
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