Question about 1998 Chevrolet K1500
Hi , Well it sounds like by your description that Either the Torque Convetor BoltsTo the Fly Wheel have some how Broke Off or Have ALL Come Loose .But Really that Just don't Seem Possible,If it was Going into Gear like the Last Time You Drove It.Or its Possible that the Splines on the Convetors Internally have either Sripped say on you Stator inside the Torque Convertor.So in a Nut Shell Sounds Like a Bad Torque Convertor,Bolts are All Broke Off or Back Out and and your Fly Wheel is Not Connected to The Convertor.Or 1-More thing Your Bell Housing Bolts Have Backed Out or The they Have Just Plain Not be Installed Proper From The Get Go.WITH OUT The Converter and Input Shaft on Your Transmission Being Properly Installed it will not go into Gear.Last But Not Least The Front Pump on Your Transmission Is Bad. I assume you Have check the Level of Transmission Fluid . Simply because if this is a New Tranny that has just recently been installed there probally been no Fluid init, And It will Totally Wipe Your Transmission Out of Working Order. Hope This Helps From The WYOCWBOY Please Give me Some Feed Back by Voting on How Well I've Helped You Solve Your Problems.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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