Click the search button then the blue link. They will still go into second while holding the shifter down in first. The seats do feel somewhat squishy, unlike the harder more supportive seats in newer model trucks. Just the nature of the beast. Cons: The truck's interior has 2 ergonomic quirks.
Then slide new handle back into the slots and replace the rivet. Some automakers include free scheduled maintenance for items such as oil changes, air filters and tire rotations. Did that, tried to clear code but it came right back on. The setting is + or - 2 or 3 degrees from T. At 200,000 miles you got more than your life expectancy from the transmission. Year of manufacture 1998 First year of ownership 1998 Most recent year of ownership 2001 Engine and transmission 5.
You don't know it's there! Can any one help me out? In order to change the intake manifold gasket, the distributer must be removed from the engine. Answered on Sep 29, 2018 standard problem; must replace the handle on the inside which entails drilling out rivets, etc. Mine is a 97 Chevy Z71, and after a couple of weekend mudding trips I had to replace the starter, twice. You will have to figure out if the engine is flooding and why can be a lot of things - poor ignition, problem with fuel pressure regulator or an injector, vacuum leak, etc. Faults: At 65,000kms the car would not shift into 4x4 has dash mounted electric switch. Also, when the timing is off, even a little, the transmission will act this way. Slippage is almost always due to worn clutch plates or leaking seals that prevent sufficient pressure to build up to apply the pistons and squeeze the clutch plates together.
I like my truck and have payed a lot of money for it and plan to keep it. Repaired at 73,000 miles by dealer. If the proper combination of solenoids aren't being activated at the right times, that rules out a transmission internal problem. It seemed to me that there was too much pressure on the front brake in respect to the rear brakes. Left door hinge pins are shot, need to be replaced. Yes Review Date: 10th January, 2003 Faults: 27K - brakes on one front wheel wore down to the metal.
Don't Know Review Date: 1st April, 2001 I have had to replace the front brake pads five times, replace or turn the rotors due to over heating causing warped or cracked rotors four times. Most likely it's time for a rebuild, then another 200,000 miles of driving, but the transmission experts will confirm that. What is a Bumper-to-Bumper warranty? Basically, the inside of the door latch has a piece of plastic that breaks off. Wiring shouldn't be the cause because the computer will detect that and set a fault code. It runs great and handles great.
It would have to come from the exact same truck with the same options and year. So I checked the gear and a the teeth were worn. They only indicate the circuit or system that needs further diagnosis. The problem should not be related to this. Cronic has reset the electronic memory valves with no results. With all the transmissions I'm familiar with, computer-controlled or the older hydraulically-controlled, there's no valve switching combination that can leave multiple clutch packs released when it's in reverse or a forward gear.
Would this possibly fix the issue? I do not know what else to do. This was a perfect running truck before this happened. Some automakers include roadside assistance with their bumper-to-bumper or powertrain warranties, while others have separate policies. I do not regret buying this truck at all, and would not hesitate to buy another with only the 1 minor problem. Tranny was slipping before and after replacing the solenoids. How to do voltage drop testing? If so I need to find a vehicle where the brakes are designed better.
I had the timing adjusted, it was out -13 degrees. Year of manufacture 1998 First year of ownership 2003 Most recent year of ownership 2004 Engine and transmission 5. This should have been made from a higher density material to offset this problem. Pressure tests will determine why it's slipping, but unless the transmission expert says otherwise, I doubt you have an electrical or computer problem. The first tires lasted for 80,000kms and the front brakes for 100,000kms. The transmission specialist should be able to narrow down the cause by using the scanner to command the various solenoids on and off through the computer.
Just wondering if there is any solution to this besides replacing it after serious mudding? What is included in Roadside Assistance? After two weeks of troubleshooting, he gave the yukon back to us in same condition without charge and a promise to try to find a way to fix the issue. General Comments: Is it normal for the '98 Sierra 1500 to need brakes every 23k miles? Slipping means the solenoid did it's job and engaged a gear but that clutch pack inside the transmission is slipping. If the computer is requesting 3rd gear by switching on a combination of solenoids but the transmission doesn't respond appropriately, that would point to a solenoid problem. Let me know how you make out. Fixed under warranty Bad fuel pressure regulator and intake manifold gasket. Maintenance costs for the first 100,000 have been very cheap, however required services for the next 100,000 promise to increase. Check engine light came on and code read that solenoids needed to be replaced.