Just take the bracket off and lossed the lines. This occurred in traffic, and an unoccupied park situation. The engine revved up to 4,000 rpm's; however, this did not cause the vehicle to accelerate. The manufacturer was contacted and they offered no assistance. I felt no difference between the 2, or 3 if you include the stock fluid. Then clean the old pan gasket from the underside of the tranny, and the pan.
I really can't afford a new truck and I don't want to repair it with used parts. I then contacted gm corporate office on this matter and ask for assistance in paying for this repair due to faulty equipment and I said there is no reason for this part to go bad with 70,000 miles on a 2002 Trailblazer, they told me that due to my year of vehicle and miles there was nothing they would do for me. Much like the engine or transmission, it is filled with fluid to keep gears cool and moving easily. Once that's done let one of the corners of the … pan down lower to get most of the fluid out of the transmission pan. Hint, the amount that comes out is pretty close to what you'll need to put back in. I took it to a number of shops and they're all telling me the same thing.
Changing the transfer case fluid on your four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive can solve many problems. Changing the fluid in your transfer case is extremely easy. I have the original owners manual but it doesn't show the capacities for the front and rear differentials, transfercase, transmission. You may want to state in the write up to reinstall the fill plug. My recommendation since the repair shop technicians will have the necessary tools and access to the bulbs and. The dealership stated there is a broken gear in the transfer case and the transfer case must be replaced.
There is a clutch pack inside the automatic transfer case that requires special friction modifiers. I know some amount of gear wear is normal, but this seems excessive. The vehicle also went out of gear in traffic situations causing the driver to find the road shoulder. I took the vehicle to the gm dealer and they replaced the encoder motor. The four-wheel-drive Silverados rely on a transfer case to transfer the torque from the transmission to the front drive axle. To tight will disform the pan and it may not seal.
Consumer had this happen about six times. . A two hour job turned into 8 hours plus 4 trips to a parts store for tools and parts. Raise the vehicle using a floor jack and safely support it on two jack stands. Can anyone confirm that my front diff doesn't take 3 quarts? In December of 2003 we could not get the vehicle to go into 4wd, took it to the dealer and they changed the transfer case control module. Using a foot-pound torque wrench and socket, tighten the drain plug to 13 foot-pounds.
The plastic bracket that holds it on is the harderst part cause it i … s clipped on other lines just use a long screwdriver and pry it off. You can share this information with your friends. I am pretty happy I got them all changed. Open the top bolt first. When I finished the second quart, fluid came pouring back out and I stuck my finger in and down and it felt full.
Gm stated there is nothing they will do with this unless it turns out to be an actual recall. So, I go to another transmission shop this time. Just about every vehicle that I've owned has been 4 wheel drive and I've never had this problem before ,even on trucks with twice as many miles. The dealer stated that the encoder motor in the transfer case was the cause of the failure. The transmission shop had to find a new core because mine looked like a bomb had went off inside it. Chevrolet offered the Silverado in two-wheel- and four-wheel-drive variations during the 2002 model year.
This failure happened to the contact's vehicle twice. This is the general procedure to change the fluid in your vehicle. To determine the preferred viscosity for this vehicle's engine, refer to. Remove the drain pan from underneath the vehicle. I've changed mine twice now! So, hopefully the magnet picked up the majority of the metal.