A Trax, or Sonic, or Spark, or any of the GM Gamma II platform vehicles could share this component. On the other hand there are so many differences between the Bolt's transaxle and the transaxles used in the other vehicles on this platform (at least two different manuals and at least two different automatics) that it isn't at all certain that the differentials are shared. Because the Bolt is more powerful than any engine in any Sonic or Trax, it's possible that the differential is from a differents parts bin, shared with a larger model.The Bolt is a Trax, you would need to scope out the mounts and other goodies to see if it roughly fits anything else.
ive never seen a tear down of the transaxle , spline and other components would need to be identified
In this video Kelley has the drive unit all laid out and explains that it is a one speed trans. As such no gas car is going to share this drive.Does any body know if the Bolt Differential is shared with any other GM platform, I was wondering if there was the possibility if it was shared with something like the sonic to lend possibility for a limited slip unit.
That wasn't clear to you from post #4?In this video Kelley has the drive unit all laid out and explains that it is a one speed trans. As such no gas car is going to share this drive.