I just change the torque converter, and I forgot to mark the cooling lines that come from the radiator. upper hose is flexable and is on top of the radiotor tank. does it go to the upper fitting on the tranny . and the one is solid tranny is the lower fitting on the trany , thanks for the help,
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remove the transmission. Ensure that the torque converter stays with the transmission Do this by removing the torque converter bolts to the flex plate before the transmission is moved back. Remove and replace the flex plate as you would a flywheel.. For detailed r/r for the transmission get a workshop manual.
P1192 has to do with Intake Air Temp. That sensor might be bad. The P0700 has to do with Transmission Control. Whether it's the control module or something else is hard to say at this point. However, if the vibration is really in the front of the vehicle, I would start by checking UJoints on the front drive shaft, CV Joints and the Transmission Mount/Motor Mounts. Make sure your transmission fluid level is correct. The shaking "under a load" is likely a torque converter issue. I had the same problem on my 96 Suburban. Instead of rebuilding the transmission (or changing the torque converter), there is a product available called "Dr. Tranny Shudder Fixx". Small tube, put in with Transmission Fluid, shudder goes away almost instantly. Hope this helps.
what RPM's is it shifting at?If it seems to be shifting a lot more then usual it could be a torque converter problem(locking and unlocking),for now I would try having the tranny serviced and see if the shop can adjust the shift points,also check the tranny fluid for color,amount,and smell.It should be a pinkish to red color and not smell burnt,as far as checking the fliud level run it around until the vehicle is up to running temp and follow the instructions on the dip stick for proper procedure.good luck.
Must install converter into tranny first. Then bolt torque converter to flywheel after you slide it into place. Make sure converter slips into tranny..you will need to turn it several times untill it fits into grrove inside tranny.:)
This is the prosses to remove and install your Transmission.
1---Disconnect negative Battery cable. Remove Air cleaner. Disconnect shift cable from Transmission. Raise and support Vehicle. Drain Transmission fluid. Disconnect shift Linkage. Mark rear drive shaft for installation reference and fremove from vehicle. Mark front drive shaft and Remove from transfer case.
Warning.. ALWAYS relieve fuel pressure before disconnecting any fuel injection related component DO NOT allow fuel to contact electrical components.
2-- Relieve fuel pressure, and remove fuel lines from the Bracket support at catalistyc converter
And remove the bracket. support transmission with transmission jack or any compatible.
Remove transmission crossmember.
NOTE .. DO NOT stretch or damage any cables, wires or other components when lowering transmission.
3-- Lower transmission far enough to provide clearence for other components. remove dipstick tube and seal. cover opening in transmission. remove speedometer harness. remove electrical connectors from transmission. remove cooler lines, and cap all openings. remove starter motor.
4-- Remove transfer case shifter and move it aside, Remove transmission support braces. Note braces locatoin for installation. Remove converter housing cover. Mark flexplate( flywhell) and Torque converter for alingment during installation, Remove flywheel to torque converter BOLTS.
Remove transmission to Engine BOLTS. note location of any brackets or clips and move them aside. Slide transmission straight back, off locating pins, remove transmission from vehicle.
6-- To install, reverse removal procedure. Torque converter must be against flywheel and rotate
FREELY by HAND, ensure all reference mark aling. and tighten all BOLTS..
NOTE. In some cases is nessesary remove the Transfer case before the transmission.
The transfer case is attached at the transmission with six Bolt .....
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