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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
to change your tranny fluid and filter is relativily easy i will tell you step by step here.
1. raise the vehicle and support it with jack stands
2. get a large drain pan
3. locate the transmission oil pand and losen all the bolts removing the rear half of the bolts only and just losening the other bolts to keep the pan held up but allowing it to sag on the rear.
4 be carefull because in this step your likely to get a bath in tranny fluid. insert a flat srewdriver in the back of the pan and carefully pry it lose. now trany fluid is going to pour out of the pan.
5. remove the rest of the bolts be carefull because the trany pan still has a lot of fluid in it.
6. grab ahold of the filter and pull it down.
7. insert the new filter but make sure the rubber gasket came offf with the old filter they have a tendency to stick in the transmission.
8 replace oil pan and torque down evenly
9 refill with correct fluid to the correct level
10 take for a drive and recheck the fluid level and check for transmission fluid leaks
ps when the pan is off clean the inside of it out with brake cleaner really good
If there are no leaks after you get done congratulate your self on a job well done
hope this helps you
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Check fluid level first if it's full then call the people that rebuilt the transmission to see if it's still under warranty. it is running in limp in mode. so there is some type of problem and it will need to be pressure tested. Do not drive it unless they tell you to do so or it may void any warranty. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Your shift linkage is binding up. You need to get a can of white lithium grease, go under your truck, and find where the linkage hooks to the side of the transmission. Every point that you see a connection, i.e., another rod hooking to it, or any pivot point, spray that spot. Follow it to the steering column, and grease those points as well. Work your gear shift through its range, and it should help greatly.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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