As I mentioned earlier, you'll want to pump out the first 3-4 quarts to make dropping the pan less messy. Next, you'll need a small hose clamp, flare nut wrench and something to catch the fluid in. Pull straight down on the filter. Let the water drain through the drain valve. Torque them to 97 in-lbs.
If not use a small telescoping magnet to remove the C-clips from the axles through the differential window. Should be a flat tab that you can use to unscrew it. Remove the thermostat, don't put the new gasket in there yet just put the outlet pipe back on and bolt it down. Someone do one on a coolant flush so that I'll be motivated for that as well. Some just inspect it and leave it alone if it looks good.
He said if only a pan drop and filter gets rid of about five quarts, said a flush is better way to go replaces all the trans fluid. This is the safe proven way to remove the fluid and is not a machined flush. A big thanks goes out to Butch at dt. There will be a little wiring harness only two wires I think disconnect this harness and your set! Have a shop towel handy. My plow truck has 160,000 on it, and I do that before every winter, and never one problem.
It needs to seal tightly around the filter. Add 3-4 quarts of new fluid in the trans dipstick tube to the full line on the dipstick and repeat. They do recommend changing the fluid as well at regular intervals depending on the severity schedule. What do you guys think is the flush the way to go. To place the new seal, coat it in trans fluid and use a socket of the same diameter on an extension to give you something to hold onto and tap it into place.
The highest setting 5 has no resistor, so the blower runs on high but the high current flow ends up burning up the switch's contact on that setting or the resistor wire harness at the blower motor has gone bad. It may take less, but you want to be sure all the old fluid has been flushed out and you've got enough to top it off. This Information can be found in your glove box mixed in with of those codes on a sticker in there. Once I got the edge away from the wall, I used needle nose pliers to get it out. Install the T valve, connect a garden hose to the T valve, remove the radiator cap and turn on the garden hose, once you have clear water coming out the radiator, turn off the hose and disconnect it and install the T valve cap.
Let's begin with the supplies. I made an appointment to get the trans filter and fluid changed, the tech recommended a total flush. Drain the water out and close the drain and refill the radiator. Mix the coolant with distilled water so that you have a combination of 50% coolant and 50% water. I made good money from transmission fluid changes. The first is in the engine compartment just behind the oil level dip stiick , a standard stick which is checked with the engine running and in park.
I changed that once, when I got the truck, about 20,000 miles ago. You'll need to pick up a fitting for the radiator and some clear tubing. One does a complete flush, uses chemicals to clean, and replaces fluid using an internal high-pressure pump ; while the other simply exchanges new fluid for old fluid and most often uses the vehicles own pump to do this. Animals love its sweet taste, so even a spilling a small amount on your garage floor can end up in the dog's stomach pretty quickly. There are two hex housing plugs, the upper is level of fluid and the lower is the drain plug. Late model transmissions are very contamination sensitive due to their complex circuits and electronics. Let's turn our attention to the pan.
I picked up a 5 gal bucket and lid from Home Depot. Then it's going to be the wire leads at the speed resistor by the blower motor under the glove box by the passenger leg compartment. Some other that are based on how will you take care of it is; transfer case, fuel injectors, brake lines. However, very little fluid will drip. .
So I used a small flathead screwdriver and a light touch with a mallet. I used a little teflon tape for good measure. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir in your Silverado 1500 is located and how to add coolant. Always wear safety goggles when working on your Silverado 1500. Kind of a dark purple.