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Yes the computer in the car detect faults with the operation of the engine and the auto trans and generates fault codes. It logs the fault (not the cause which it cannot determine) and there can be multiple different problems that can generate a particular fault code so a proper diagnosis is very important.
Take your car to a Chev dealer service center or to a competent independent Chev specialist and have the vehicle scanned for faults and any irregularities with the operation of the transmission. The scanning equipment picks up the particular fault code or codes the computer has generated and is also used to check irregularities with the operation of the transmission.
For your issue I would go to a dealer as they will have the best diagnostic equipment, especially where transmissions are concerned. They will more than likely have also seen other vehicles of the same model with the same symptoms as your vehicle has now. Most likely there will be an electronic component on your transmission that has failed and needs to be replaced but you won't know until a proper scan and then a diagnosis of the faults have been carried out.
This is a figure that is seldom specified and the closest I can come to a torque for you is 15 to 22 ft/lb. If you renew the gasket and wrap a few turns of PTFE pipe sealing tape around the threads before reinstalling the plug, a good nip on the plug will be sufficient to seal it and prevent it from coming loose. Overtightening it will just make it more difficult to remove again without damaging the drive surface for the wrench.
You first have to remove the inner door panel by taking the screws out of the inner handle and arm rest. the outer edges of the inner door panel either has screws or it has clips that can be pulled out. after you remove the panel you need to roll up the window and you will be looking at the back of the handle. simply un hook the clips that hold the lockrod and the inner opener rod and unbolt the outside door handle. reverse the prosses and walla.
Was the replacement bulb purchased an orignal equipment manufacturer from a Chevy dealer or a parts store.
Some aftermarket bulbs do not meet OEM standards and can cause this type of problem. A good parts store will carry OEMreplacement bulbs.
If it is the correct OEM bulb, we can go from there.
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