Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
I've replaced the o2 sensor. I've replaced the transmission filter with a new one. I've put 3 shutter fluids in it. Nothing has seemed to work. Please someone help me because the shops can't tell me what's wrong
Is there enough oil left with the additives, seriously if the problem persists it is more likely to be a crack in your clutch drum or band
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should have three oxygen sensors on your car, one for each bank of three cylinders; should be towards the Y pipe on each exhaust manifold. Additionally you should have one on the exhaust pipe before the cadilitic converter.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 Chevy G20 stalls.
Not sure if this will help. I have seen this happen!!! remove the cover under the steering column and locate the ignition switch. Get a flash light. You really need a flash light to see this. Set the E-Brake real good. While watching the ignition switch. (actual SWITCH not where the Key goes) . Turn the key back and forth with out starting and see if the switch is loose. (it has 2 hex head screws in it ) and is like 4 inches long with a bunch of wires in it and mounted the passenger side of the column under dash. If you cant see it move then try removing it from park and see if it moves. The switch is mounted on slotted holes. and if it is loose it will only move with the legnth of the column or front to back of vehicle. any ways if it is loose there is a way to put it back right ... as fallows:
key needs to be in the off position. loosen screws 1/2 turn each,
use your finger to push the switch up towards the key but not force it. like pushing a key on a key board. Tighten both screws and check it out. This seems like a long process to go through but it costs nothing but time.
Posted on May 04, 2009
with a transmission issue, i would not take it to local garage, take it to transmission shop or GM dealer they would have more knowledge of the transmission than an average local garage mechanics. every shop should guaranty their work. have the throttle sensor sensor check, the shifting of your gears also control by your throttle sensor. transmission pump can also create a hard shifting if it does not produce proper pressure. if the vehicle has high miles especially domestic, i hate to say 100k miles on most domestic is fairly have reach it life expectancy in my opinion and also will create hard shifting from wear and tear. revolution sensor can also be faulty giving the computer the wrong speed sensing compare to the throttle sensor which both work in sync confusing the computer not to compute correctly and causing it not to shift smoothly. keep in mind not all mechanic are not created equal, just like choosing a doctors, they all have their own theory. yes it will cost you ton of money and you will keep paying until you get the right shop and the right mechanic that know what they doing. keep all records and talk to both shop mechanics what they have done and what they perform, get involved that way if the same problems arise, the next mechanic you go to, you can tell them what exactly they have done, no different than going to a doctor, he explain to you the reason why, what and where.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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