Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
I have an 04 Silverado 1500 4wd with the 5.3l engine and 4L60E tranny. The transmission started slipping on my way to work one day. I drove it back home with only 2nd gear, stopping occasionally to prevent it from getting to hot. I got it home, pulled the tranny out, sent it off to be rebuilt. Got it back...put it back in.. Got 17 miles down the road and it started slipping again. Had it towed home this time, pulled it back out..sent it back to the fella...he rebuilt it again. Put it back in, got 25 miles down the road and it did it again. SO, just had it opened back up and rebuilt again, what I would like to know is, are there any special steps I need to do or anything I need to check to prevent me from having to pull this thing back out? Also, my speedometer went haywire about 2 months before the tranny went out. I was told it could have been the contributing factor to the tranny going out. Is that true and could that be the reason that the tranny continues to fail?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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