Did they let you read it? Go to an auto parts store and buy either a Haynes manual, or a Chiltons manual for the Yukon. Dannyl answered 4 years ago How do you describe bad? My brake lights are still not working after replacing the lights. The other thing discussed in threads i was reading was confusion about which speed sensor was for what. . Very occasionally it will start to bounce around for a few minutes then stop for months. Loosen 5 of the 6 15mm nuts holding transfer case on studs. Shannon says that most of his customers actually prefer the digital odometer.
My 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500 4x4 with the towing package and smallest V8 engine has a tow rating of 7500 pounds The highest tow rating for a 1500 is 10,500 pounds. It threw a couple code. But will not get out park go to reverse or neutral selection only drive, 3rd, 2nd and 1st do i need to replace shifting linkage cable? When i put the gear on regular the trunk going in front like the gear Drive. Hello, Ok it wont hurt to change that plug and sensor the diagram is below. There is either a bad ground or a short to ground somewhere in the wiring harness.
That's why they call her mother Ford. This is all assuming the factory transmission is still installed. The other guy had found resistance thru his ignition switch I believe. I have come to the conclusion, whether correct or erroneous, that my starter solenoid is half shot, 'but' in order to find out, you have to, on my truck, take the starter off the truck just to get to the blame terminals to do the test's that the manual describes. When you change ecm's are you reusing your vehicles specified chip? The manual literally told me exactly what to do to find the broken ground wire beneath my truck, and where it was located. This should bolt right up, it is used in 2.
You can pick my tsb number answer or the first one as helpful I suppose. My speedo started going haywire but I'm not sure if it's a loose wire because it happens and then it stops. A second person for this is the ticket, if your solo like I was for one of the installs it is tricky but after resting case on chest it worked out. These are all things I have had occur that wont be in the book. Considering the adapter lasted 17 years with 75 pound transfer case hanging off of it is impressive.
Till then I'm seriously considering selling this thing for scrap and getting a ford. This reservour is held in place be two throught the pump bolts which are removed at the back of the pump. Transmission Shifts either from Vacume or electrical. The sensors in the new housing would only bottom out when torqued to about 40 ft lbs. .
And customer pay plus parts? Dannyl answered 4 years ago Some thoughts about bent connector pins and mice chewing the harness somewhere, pinched harness after trans replace, gang plug connector pins subject to water entry or vibration for 20+ years. Jw if this problem was resolved and how to go about it thanks. After it gets hot, if you shut it off, it ain't starting back up. If I restart, as soon as it is put into drive, it kills the engine. The connector looks like it's wet from an oil leak somewhere. Then they have a complete repair at the ready and any motorcraft vendor can supply it to any parts who is wise enough to consult them later after years pass. Supplies and tools so far, plus the service manual info is less than the least expensive part, right? I also posted a picture of the adapter plate to help anyone contemplating changing out a cracked adapter.
Cheers, Scott My 1993 Cavalier does the same thing, but there is not an overdrive? But, like I said, I am far from being an experienced mechanic, and can only hypothesize. Unlike the original poster, I have no issues with gear shifting; it goes from 1 to 4 with no problem. Reverse works fine as well. Did you recently drive into something? As well as checked all of the wiring and changed the transmission please please please help my fix my truck. Who knows what they're smoking, one guy had no 1-2 shift, then claims he fixed it with a 2-3 solenoid.
The trick is that you need to pull the pump pulley which is pressed on to access the mounting bolts which attach the pump to the engine. You can ask to read the ones in your dealers library. . That's why it gets more difficult and more expensive. I personally have over an hour in squeezing my own head to remember what fixes that alone. Once you have the correct tools, remove the serpentine drive belt. If it was hard for the customer to grasp the explaination we showed him a similar rig.
That will probably not be easy. Last one like this I had was a little older and my foreman had a known good test part. Being a 94 and i dont have your book, you have to get that next. It would be neat to have a simple section a connector at each end or the fuses at one end, then just install it. Should I start by replacing the wires and connector, or the sensor. . And still my running lights are in the on position when i turn off the truck.
Looks like the images on the web. You may need a decent multimeter, at least as good as harbor freight has. I had no idea it was in the system. I replaced the alternator and the speedometer is still maxed and not working! Seems that the drain tube was clogged. So there you have it, a quick rundown of some of the electric speedo options for an aftermarket overdrive transmission in an older car. Does anyone have an idea of what themayis be? This only happens once a month or so. The simplest approach is using an aftermarket unit from companies such as Classic Industries, Auto Meter, Speedhut, or Stewart-Warner.