Once the pan is removed the valve body is in plain sight. The truck chassis itself has 292k miles on it. What you might be surprised to find is your vehicle might support an engine that is several years newer than your car which will allow you to get a replacement with half the miles of your current transmission. Check out the following web site: www. Maybe its just shot too.
Edited February 5, 2014 by bpc Would love that for a work truck logistically wouldn't work though lol good luck Thanks. This is a 4L60E transmission, in the event you have not purchased the solenoids. I plan on fixing it for him so alittle input would help out. I'm selling this truck for my father. Truck does need a paint job, but for the most part the body is in good shape with only one small dent on the roof. My Cell is: 832 -993-9526 and my name is Brian.
It was not shifting properly either. Tires are brand new just installed 2 weeks ago. The engine was rebuilt 50k miles ago, and still running strong. The transmission temperature is monitored and overdrive is held off until the transmission is up to temp. He can get it to shift to second if he does it manually but cant get third or fourth.
Cat is a high flow cat, muffler is a turbo muffler and the piping is 2. You need to make it longer to lower the shift points. Engine is a 350 V8 and in good running condition. Transmission fluid is not consummed, so if it leaked out then you may be able to fill it up and get the leak fixed, if too late then its a rebuild on the tranny. With the assumption its an automatic the following applies if a manual youll need to remove the slave cylinder from the transmission, its located above the starter 1.
Is there a vacuum module or something that he may have forgot to hook up or does he need to hook a computer up to it and reset the transmission? The new exhaust is a simple, quiet set up that flows great. My Tundra does the same thing. Sometimes they also stick in the transmission, Try adjusting it first. Have you noticed a decrease in mileage or power prior to this problem? The transmission is a 5 speed manual. Our transmissions come in a large assortment of options and interchange options. Go check out our site QualityUsedEngines. Ensure that the torque converter stays with the transmission Do this by removing the torque converter bolts to the flex plate before the transmission is moved back.
If this doesn't work let me know. Look underneath the truck and see if you see moisture around the transmission pan. Thank you for your time. I followed the procedure for making the adjustment and it now works better that it ever has. I prefer pickup, but am open to possibly shipping the truck. Let me know if you're interested in that option. Nov 24, 2015 This is normal on newer vehicles.
Com This is an excellent site for the transmission used in this vehicle. Please contact me with any questions or interest. . Your reverse gear is seized to the Drive Gear. If no then time to take it in for service it sounds like. Be sure to have an address that will allow for large freight trucks to deliver as this is how all of our transmissions come - on a pallet dropped off by a large 18 wheeler. Sounds like it needs adjusted or hooked back up.
. It is likely stuck in the transmission and there is a trick to getting it unstuck. Great video, my 96 sierra 4x4 when shifting into high gear motor races as if nothing is there. Now he says its stuck in first gear. Once you find the transmission you need and at a price you can afford you'll want to verify if you need any additional accessories for your transmission that may have been damaged or are simply missing from your existing transmission.
Interior is in great shape for its age. If you see any indication of that, you may have a huge issue on your hands. I have been in the process of fixing things on the truck. The transmission pan has to be removed to gain access the the valve body. Nothing unusual or wrong with this. I'm sure we could work something out.