I own a 1992 Chevy 1500 5.0L V8 pickup with an automatic tranmission and i cant drive my truck in drive over 50kms so i have to have it in 2nd gear what can my problem be and how much is this gonna cost me
It sounds like your trans is not catchen like some teeth are missing take it out and see its not hard to tear up a tranmission lol it could be the spider gears in the axile they tear up real easy but you might have to rebuild your transmission thats what i had to do im not sure what it will cost tho i paid about 600 to rebuild mine it might be cheaper
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You need to take this to a transmission shop and have them trouble shot this for you and then if you want to repair it yourself you can do so. This sounds like more happened than just a line breaking. Are you sure you don't have air in the lines. You might want to just crack the line open and see if there is air bubbles coming out.
Will it physically fit? yes. Will it be a direct replacement any everything hook right up and plug right in? If we are talking about an automatic then no. 1994's wiring was completely different than the 1997. Can it be made to work? possible, but I believe it would be more trouble trying to make it work than if the correct transmission were located and installed. If it is a cost issue where he has a good trans out of a 1994 he might see if a salvage yard will do some partial trading for the correct trans.
Anytime an automatic transmission is slipping, you're looking at a replacement or overhaul. There are products that say that they'll help, but ultimately, if they do, it's only a temporary, and your transmission will fail just as soon. The slippage is caused from a worn band in the transmission...it's kinda like a set of brakes; they grab onto a planetary gear system, and once that band wears out, your transmission slips. Find a reputable place for a rebuilt unit that will change it reasonably
WELL HAVE YOU CHECK THE SHIFTER CABLE MAKE SURE ITS MOVING THE LINKAGE ON TRANMISSION IF IT IS MOVING LINKAGE IN TRANMISSION AND YOU CAN PUSH THE TRUCK AROUND IN GEAR SOMTHIG BROKE IN TRANSMISSION TO MAKE SUR TRANSFER CASE ANT ISUSSE TRY PUTING IT FOUR WHEEL DRIVE IF YOU STILL CAN MOVE THE TRUCK AROUND THEN I SAY ITS TRANMISSION HOPE THIS HELPS