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Transmisson is slipping

Transmission has crank case oil in it

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2001 ultra my transmisson has started over flowing

Check your engine oil level. Your engine's oil tank is on the bottom of the transmission. You need to determine whether it's your transmission or your oil tank that is overflowing. If it is your transmission, you may have lost a gasket and engine oil is getting into the transmisson or you're putting the engine oil in the wrong place. The engine oil goes into the opening on the corner of the transmission with the large (2") diameter knurled cap with the long dipstick on it. Transmission oil is added in the smaller plug that takes an hex or Allen wrench to remove.

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My 1993 chevy suburban 1500 4x4's 3rd and 4th gears are slipping. Its got 120,000 original miles on it, ive had it sitting forever. If im not mistaking it should just be the solenoids? To start out with...

This is just a guess, but most likely the seals have dried up and cracked and it's not allowing pressure buildup in 3rd and 4th, could be the solinoids but when it shits does it shift hard/ or sfot an mushy? in 1st and second are strong and third and forth are weak it could be the seals regardless you would have to pull it down to repair it, you could do a transmison flush and change the fileter adn use some Lucas oil additive and give that a shot that might work but your going to spend $100.00 doing it, but if it starts shifting they you did the trick. when the transmission has been sitting for a long time several things can happen the o ring seals can get old and crack then when pressure is added to it it can finish off the seals making them leak then the only way to fix it is to replace the seals. As well the band material on 3 and 4th could be hardened up and could cause it to slip as well, Again this would require a rear down of the transmission. I do believe there are some updates that have to be preformed on that transmisson seem to me there was a aproblem with the oil orifice hole not being big enought but would have to find a manual to look it p to be for sure.
Check the transmisson fluid when it's cold see if it smells like onions and is brown in color, if it is a fluid chacnge may fix the problem, I say may becacuse if your lucky that May fix it. You may want to check the shift linkage on the side of the transmisson as well a loose nut could cause some problems as well but don't think thats your case. Good luck and hope this has helped you somewhat.

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b) if no leaks are found and ATF is in decent condition fill tranny to proper level and check for slipping.
c) if slipping doesn't happen after level is brought up to specs, DO a transmission oil filter and ATF change.(and be thankful you gotta away cheap.
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