We removed the pump from the old transmission and replaced it with the one that was broke from the second transmission the we put in. Everything was installed and the truck is now running. The truck will not shift into overdrive and won't shift into first gear. Reverse, second and third gear shift fine. Just wondering if you could make any suggestions as to what is wrong with it now. Thanks
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I had a 1997 s10 4*4 with the 2.8 v6.
mine do that I had to pull the gas tank replace fuel filter plus had to take undo the line from the intake and blow air thru it. Make sure all u're filter are replaced and y u have the tank down replace the fuel pump. I hope this helps u
Your transmission must be slipping in 2nd gear and 4th gear these pins are selective sizes and requires a special measuring tool to get proper size. If trans shifts fine from 1st to 3rd most likely the band anchor is broken. Drop the pan look at passenger side of transmission near dipstick entry point there is a open area if the band is way from the reverse drum then it is broken remove TCC solenoid this is up front and center of transmission then remove transmission place tail shaft down remove torque converter and front pump by prying in open area discussed early but moving the input shaft around you can remove the band for replacement and reassemble the same way with new gaskets DO NOT lift up on shaft it will de-spline the clutches and very tough to re align. Good luck.
Unless there is an access panel inside the vehicle above the fuel pump, you will have to remove the fuel tank in order to access the pump. Do not forget to replace the fuel filter. Partially clogged fuel filter is one of the causes of a failed fuel pump.
Just remove the front pump bolts, you will need new O ring seals, DON'T USE THE OLD ONES OVER, the pump will be hard to remove, but it will come out, have the trans pointed up or all the fluid will gush out on the floor, when you install the new O rings use good old Vasoline petroleum jelly ( heap generic works fine also) to lube the O rings, be very careful putting the pump back in or you will tear the new O ring seal and all you did will be for nothing, really lay the Vasoline on there, the more the merrier!