Question about Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
The transmission fluid should be changed along with the fluid filter inside the transmission every 60,000 miles or 175,000 Kilometers. Use ATF type DEXRON VI
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check trans fluid, if ok....have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes at autozone. this may be an electrical issue.
Posted on May 24, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the suggestion. The trans fluid is fine. I didn't know if I needed to go to a transmission repair shop or somewhere else. Sounds like I should try having it tested first."
Have the transaxle rebuilt or install a reman
Lucky to get to 100,000 miles,even if you changed the fluid
every 30,000 miles,which now one does
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
SOURCE: 1995 chey truck 4x4. 150k
probably not overdrive, most likely the lock up toque converter, most likely a trany. service will cure the problem, but wile you are in the transmission changing the filter you could replace the lock up converter switch just in case it might be going bad, also when you refill the unit put a quart of transX in with the new fluid, its like miracle juice in a can, the best thing i can tell you about the switch is to buy one there not that expensive less the $30 that way when you remove the pan you will know what to look for. i guess the best way to know if its the lock up converter or overdrive is the amount of the RPM change under 400 RPM change its the converter over 400RPM then its 4th gear in either case the first action to take is the transmission service, also there is a 4th gear switch inside the pan as well. if it turns out to be 4th gear dropping out replace that switch also, if the service and switches do not cure the problem then you are looking at a new transmission.
but i am pretty confident that the service will cure it.
let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
SOURCE: 1999 Malibu with a 2.4,
Yes, crank sensor may be the problem. Have you looked at the sparks to see if they are strong and periodic? A new sensor is under $20--lucky you. Here is a quick test of the sensor, which is just above the oil filter:
NOTE Inspect crank sensor and connector for signs of oil leaking through the sensor. This would indicate a defective sensor.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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