The transmission probably holds somewhere around 10 to 12 qts of fluid and you only drain 4 to 5 when you drop the pan. To chane you will need to drop the pan, pull down on the filter, I would suggest you go buy one first and then you will see what you are looking for. Servicing the transmission at home consists of dropping the trans pan and changing the filter within, replacing the pan with a new gasket some gaskets are reusable and refilling the trans with about 4 to 5 qts of fluid. . I agree with the other poster about the filter, However it sounds to me like your 3-4 clutches are worn out. The clutch pack he put in my 92 was an Alto clutch pack, But he installed a different one in my 98.
I need the truck to be dependable. Ok, place it in neutral and remove the shifter from the cab. Transmission problem 1998 Chevy Silverado V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 241000 km When I was driving down the highway, my transmission started acting up. It will not shift past 2nd gear. .
Push it in then pull it out. After only having the truck for six months, driving it 30 miles round trip to work, never using the vehicle as a plow truck and never misusing the vehicle I would like to know how a vehicle of this year could lose such a major unit and have no recourse on the part of the dealership or manufacturer, that it become the responsibility of the owner to correct such an expensive error. There may or not be a drain plug on your trans, it depends on which type of trans you have, so if you don't have a drain plug you need a large enough pan to catch all the fluid as you unbolt the pan from the trans. However, the consumer put the vehicle into reverse and the transmission locked up. The consumer stated that there were no weight restrictions posted for the capacity of the endgate. There is a very good chance it is time for an overhaul. Reverse, 1st and 2nd are fine but no 3rd and no 4th.
How many miles are on the truck?? A transmission filter that would fit this vehicle as ordered from the selling dealer would not work with the transmission oil pan originally installed on the vehicle. It is actually a common problem with the 4L60E trans. He did some modification to the valve body and such by boring some holes bigger to allow better fluid flow and firmer shifts. The transmission was stuck in 3rd gear when I was in Drive, so when I would start out, it would accelerate slowly until up to speed. After the screws have been pulled, the tumbler mechanism should come right out. My truck did this for half an hour untill I reached my destination, then I checked all my fuses which were good and glanced at wiring harness to the transmission, and never seen anything major. I havent had the opportunity to tear into it yet but am looking forward to it this weekend.
You will need an alignment shaft to do this with. It is actually a common problem with the 4L60E trans. After having the truck looked at, it was determined that there was a problem with the transmission. I am starting to feel that the 3-4 chutch pack is probably gone, from what Im getting from alot of the other people that I talk to. Wouldn't want to get lost in the process. Check out the diagrams Below Please let us know what happens.
The only drawback with doing this at home is that you only drain aprox half of the trans fluid. Tell them that you want the entire price written down and that you want them to sign it. Upon starting the vehicle again and taking off, the noise came back. When I the truck has always shifted great the tachometer is the best way to tell when it is shifting up and down for the last week it has only done it when I first drive it just about ten miles then it doesnt do it anymore. So I only had 3rd gear when I was in Drive and in 3rd, and I had only 2nd gear when I was in 2nd and 1st.
You could probably repair simple things, like front or rear seals or c … hanging the filter and fluid, but anything more complex will require a specialist. I agree with the other poster about the filter, However it sounds to me like your 3-4 clutches are worn out. It was my intension to change those. Then pull the center nut of the steering wheel and using a steering wheel puller, pull the steering wheel off. On December 24, 2000, without any notice whatsoever, while shifting the truck into reverse I noticed it would not move. The guy I had do the tranny ordered it all when he did the tranny and I researched it on the internet.
You'll need to take it to a specialty shop if it's anything serious, like a valve body or worn clutch pack. Are there any good suggestion as to a good manual or a site I can download one from. Now remove the bolts from the pressure plate and it will fall out with the clutch disc. The available V8 engines were 5. After a while I started up my truck, and test drove it again and the whole problem went away. You can run it through all the gears while sitting there, with foot on the brake, a few times into the end of the warm up period. The silverado did not have a 5.
If they won't go along with that, go to a different shop. Whenever I talk to him on the phone or stop buy he explains in detail everything he is going to do. I am having my changed has i type im putting one from a v6 into a truck with a v8 that i had a hard time getting answers to since lots of people post who have no clue. You should then be able to see … the turn signal switch. The consumer stated that he removed the transmission oil pan for fluid drainage. I drove almost 300 miles yesterday and it only happen a couple times today I drove 50 miles and it happened alot any suggestions would help thank you Yes thats whats confusing the speedometer works all the time.
Please message me back if you have any solutions, thanks. He installed a shift improver kit and man does that help. I've worked trannys before just not an electronic shift like this. Since most shops just send for a rebuilt transmission, the work is usually done in the same place, no matter who you have do the work. Some of the transmission shops will tell you that it will be a cheap fix, then when they have your vehicle torn down they give you the bad news.