Question about 2000 Chevrolet S-10
If the transmission fluid is full and the linkage connected then you have but one choice here the transmission has failed. I have seen this exact scenario come through the door of the shop dozens of times, drove fine then nothing the next day or an hour later or 10 minutes later. The cause, a faulty clutch pack or a failed hydraulic pressure pump or a internal leak in the high pressure fluid circuit that applies the clutch packs.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is most likely the first signs of transmission failure. There's not much you can do aside from getting it rebuilt. This should be a 700 R4 they're a pretty easy transmission to rebuild, however you want to do it sooner than later. Many of the parts can be re-used IF you don't let it go too long. I've rebuilt hundreds of these and I'm here to tell you that I'd rather not destroy 500-600 dollars worth of hard parts if I don't have to.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Shift error codes are enabled not only if the solonoids are faulty, does your scanner show you the solonoids switching? you could have a wiring fault. It could also be the pcm not allowing the solonoids to activate. These complicated systems are very difficult to diagnose for us profesionals with all the scanners and machines we have. Find a transmission shop in your area with a system to drive the vehicle bypassing the computor system, this will determine electrical or internal trans failure. But before you do anything check your conections from the transmission to the pcm. Also all the engine conectors and earth straps.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 chevy 1500 4.3 auto,
What you have done was to create a big headache for yourself
The PCM has to be change and the prom will need to be the correct one as well flashed as well correctly. It wouild of been simpler to install the same size engine instead. Now the ratio of this trans will be needed to match the engine of what you have if a prom is available for it
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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