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4160l transmission shifts fine cold but when running five minutes wont do anything
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello, your truck will not shift from second to third . If it wont shift to third it is going to need new clutchs or seals installed in the transmission that is a common problem with the 4L60e transmission.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
your trans is slipping from your discription or staying in a low gear, is the fluid burnt? have you tested the system control computer for transmission trouble codes?
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Ms Derry ,I would check the pair of shift cables and shifter itself before suspecting internal transmission problems.The cables attach to the shifter then runs to the linkage on the transmission.One cable is responsible for side to side movement as the other is for moving front to back(like 1st to second) Center console removal is fairly simple which requires mounting screw(4) removal on the front sides and in the rear cup holder.This gives you an opportunity to view the shifter and cable operation from above while this movement should also be appreciated at the transmission linkage meaning someone shifts the vehicle as another inspects proper movement at the transmission.If all this is actuating properly,you may need to tear down and inspect transmission but hopefully it can be rectified with external repairs mentioned...good luck
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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