Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
If it has a 4L60e transmission, the sprag failed. It's not really a big deal if you can pull the trans yourself.
Posted on Oct 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you sure the TV ( trans shift cable at the throttle valve) cable is correctly adjusted?? Without line pressure readings, I can only guess that the D3/Part throttle check ball is missing, if it is a trans problem
If the TV is correct, I am assuming that the TV cable is pulled tight at WOT.
Did you check the throttle (ACCEL) cable to be sure that the carb goes wide open when your accel pedal is on the floor?? This must be done with someone in the car and a second person looking at the carb. Without doing this, you do not know if you have WOT. Without WOT, the trans will not de-tent and shift down.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
SOURCE: Chevy venture 2004 Transmission
Bring to tranny shop or repair shop, have it scanned for trouble codes, many electrical parts and solonoids in those trannys, possible it may just be a shift solonoid bad or needs adjustment, much cheaper than replacing tranny. good luck!
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
The problem is probably a bad Electronic Pressure Solenoid (EPC). Have the computer scanned at a dealership or a transmission shop to verify this. The code will probably be a P1811. The P1811 code sets because the transmission takes longer than 0.65 seconds to shift, then the computer commands maximum line pressure to make the car shift as fast as possible to avoid burning the clutches. Replacing the EPC is an expensive job, however, you can install a shift kit to speed up the shifting, and probably fix the problem. The shift kit is available from a company called TransGo. If you go to www.transgo.com you can look up a distributor in your area. The kit you will need is the SK®4T65E. Installing the shift kit is pretty easy for the 'shade tree mechanic'; if you can change your own transmission fluid, you can most likely install this kit yourself.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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