When I asked him about a warranty he said how long of a warranty do you want because it won't fail wen I am done with it. The selling dealer offered to cover the cost of replacing the broken cables at their expense. I dropped the transmission pan and cleaned it along with a new filter on each of my last 3 oil changes. The tubing I got was ten foot in length. It is actually a common problem with the 4L60E trans. Put new cap on and tighten the screws and replace the wires to the correct spark plug.
Transmission must be removed and rebuilt. This procedure with allow you to flush all the fluid from the tranny, converter, lines, cooler, etc. However, I'm afraid to do it on mine. Whenever I talk to him on the phone or stop buy he explains in detail everything he is going to do. Does this mean that other owners will have the same problem with there truck around 60,000 miles? The block size could still be the same mind you.
The 1998 Chevrolet Silverado is equipped in as many as 28 different trim levels. Or take it for a run for 20 min or so then park it over the cardboard to check for leaks also. I've worked trannys before just not an electronic shift like this. You can usually have the pressing done at a local machine shop. So to help with the fluid in the tranny pan, you can go ahead and pump out the fluid down there.
Each time i changed it i could tell a big difference. Next, replace the rear Torx screw on the shift linkage bracket and tighten the front one. It sounded like it was a problem that happens quite often by the way he responded. The front head room is 40 inches and the leg room is 41. Then if … there are any leaks you should visually be able to take note of where it is leaking from.
The overall length of the truck varies as there are three different size beds for this truck. It needs to seal tightly around the filter. The guy I had do the tranny ordered it all when he did the tranny and I researched it on the internet. The vortec is effectively the same as the earlier V8's, the primary difference is the heads. On December 24, 2000, without any notice whatsoever, while shifting the truck into reverse I noticed it would not move. This engine is not available with a manual transmission.
You can get free diagrams for the chassis at Autozone. The sequence is as follows. I agree with the other poster about the filter, However it sounds to me like your 3-4 clutches are worn out. Next, attach one end of your clear tubing and use the hose clamp to secure it and to ensure no leaks. Save me a ton of cash from the dealer for the maintenance come spring time. 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 1998 also has a computer operated transmission and the 1990 does not.
Really, I'm just a cheap bastard and I don't want to spend the money yet. All fluid pumped out through the vent tube: Plugged cooler line. If not, pull it up and turn the rotor accordingly. With factory size tires and a good running engine, it'll do 0-60 in about 7-8 seconds. It would be easier, if the entire car were lifted, level, not angled. I agree with the other poster about the filter, However it sounds to me like your 3-4 clutches are worn out.
It is actually a common problem with the 4L60E trans. He installed a shift improver kit and man does that help. A four-speed automatic is standard on the sportside extended cab models. I am not sure offhand what he put in, But now when it shifts it is just there, No slide no bang it is a super smooth and immediate shift. It sounded like it was a problem that happens quite often by the way he responded.