Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Need more info than that. assuming its an auto tranny: check your transmission fluid level. if that is good, there are a number of possibilities. there could be a blocked tranny cooler line, clogged filter, or passage in the valve body. there could be faulty shift solenoids. possibly (but not likely) a bad shifter cable. depending on the year and the transmission there are service bulletins regaurding shift solenoids. if thats the problem i suggest you take it to a good tranny shop, or get a tranny from the junkyard. usually when the solenoid goes out to the point the vehicle won't go into gear, the clutches have been damaged to the point they need replaced, and that is definately not a DIY project.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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