Question about GMC Cars & Trucks
So my trans was slipping some lately and today while driving on the interstate there was about 20 seconds of white smoke in the rear view mirror. When i got to my destination (slippage was worse), went to check fluid and while unlatching the dipstick, the tube pulled out it has broken just behind the block about 2" above where it goes into the trans case. My question is how to replace it? is it threaded or just sealed? Can anyone help? In looking at the part at Autozone.com it looks straight forward enough and not very expensive but before I attempt I want to know my odds, or if I should just break down and take it to a shop.
The transmission fluid dipstick is facing the engine, look around the fire wall on passenger side, then look down.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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