Question about 1988 GMC K2500
I was at stop sign i move little bit my truck stop moving and truck was running.. i try to put it in drive wont move i also tryed other gears wont move at all. any one help me out?
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well to replace the TC, you have to unbolt the transmissions bell housing from the rear of the engine. Then, it's rather simple from there on in. I'd suggest a full manual for the car so you could know what you're looking at.
Either way, without a good selection of tools, and the right spot to work on it, it's probably better just to have a mechanic look at it.
As for the TC actually going out, it's not highly likely that it would. You may just have a really clogged fluid filter and be in desperate need of a transmission flush/change. Also, the valves may be bad as well, which still isn't much of a hassle to replace if you know what you're doing. I've seen hundreds of automatic transmissions go out in my life, but only a few have ever been a direct result of the TC.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: Transmission repairs
It sounds as if there is no oil pressure in the transmission, it is possible you have no fitted the convertor correctly. if it is not fully engaged into the transmission oil pump it will not drive. of course the other thing could be the transmission has a fault. I am of course assuming you have filled the transmission with the correct type and quantity of oil. if you have pull the trans, and check the convertor has not damaged the oil pump,
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: lost drive in auto gearbox
Does it move but the speedo doesnt work properly or at all? Unusual or no gear changes? Suspect the Vehicles Speed Sensor (VSS) on the gearbox.
If it doesnt move in any gear check the autobox fluid level, failing that get it checked for copdes, could be a few things
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
It is Torque On Demand. When you are stopped there is no need for the front end to be engaged, no demand. Once you start moving, the lights should begin working as the demand for four wheel drive engagement increases, if the conditions require four wheel drive. It's the way the system works. Enjoy!
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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