Have a shop towel handy. Does an audible click mean that there are not further issues with the 1-2 fluid circuit. I'm going to skip the filter swap this time 43k and go ahead and swap it at 75k. Now it's time to change the filter and filter seal. It should look like this.
Some just inspect it and leave it alone if it looks good. If not, this must be replaced. Approximately after 100 miles it happened again, so he thinks that the problem is not in the transmission. Once it has slowed down then hold up the pan and remove the bolts and slowy lower the pan down and drain the pan. You'll need to pick up a fitting for the radiator and some clear tubing. Next, attach one end of your clear tubing and use the hose clamp to secure it and to ensure no leaks. It needs to seal tightly around the filter.
That type of trans is all electric where the 4L60 is some electric but ha … s a detent cable on the right side the runs up to the throttle body. Hopefully I'll be doing a hydroboost swap tomorrow waiting on Fedex. I picked this one up at O'Rielly's. Transmission problems only worsen with time. When hot, check and fill to line on dipstick.
Must be removed and rebuilt. Someone do one on a coolant flush so that I'll be motivated for that as well. Torque them to 97 in-lbs. Next check any connectors that you can find as well as ground wires for corrosion. The video above shows where the transmission fluid dipstick is located in your C1500 and how to check the transmission fluid level. Next, you'll need a small hose clamp, flare nut wrench and something to catch the fluid in.
Thanks for your help now. I already know how and have done it on several of my vehicles but for some reason seeing someone else do it always makes me feel like a lazy bastard and gets me motivated. Sorry for the late response, I'm in the process of moving. I do need to get a drain hose though. At this point, I'll go over how to change the filter. This list is merely a guide to the possible solutions. There is also a bulletin on '95 with a computer board breaking a ground inside, there is a repair kit harness so you don't have to replace the computer itself.
Once that is done then add about 3 quarts of oil and start your engine. I had a customer remove a fuse to get the correct size, he forgot where it went, and to tell us he removed one since it was a lighter fuse that had no bearing on his problem. With more info, we can go further. Ordering catalogs are also free. Most likely a cracked input housing, or cracked forward piston means forward clutches are fused together. Pull straight down on the filter.
It will take about 30 seconds and will pump out 3-4 quarts of fluid. Remove the pan bolts and snake the pan out. Denaliano said anyone could borrow his reverse pliers to get this thing out nice to know that now. Post back, Transman Thanks for you patience. You'll see the seal that matches the one in the kit. At this point, you're going to start flushing the system. Fluid leak out of the front of trans where the converter connects; partial or full loss of movement: Front pump bushing walked out.
I guess I could add to what Atomic posted. Sudden grinding noise with no prior warning primarily in 2nd gear, behavior in reverse may be abnormal: sunshell is fractured. Otherwise, 2-4 band is worn out. Overrun clutches will be worn out after 30 seconds of this behavior. Check for leaks and your done. Some have done it without removing it, but I couldn't tell you how. The firing order of a Chevy V-8 is 18436572.
Now if it doesn't have one it has a metal seal type sleeve that has been installed. Don't forget to examine tha battery also. You description is very unclear as to what exactly the trans is doing wrong. Car can safely be driven gently in forward gears until the repair. Selecting 1-2nd sol shift on genesis or snap-on scanner will ensure that wiring to solenoid and internal tcm pwr and grnd circuit and 1-2nd sift solenoid are in working order if audible click is heard. I don't remember when I last changed mine. Second the solenoids inside the transmission are different for 1997 and 1993.