After a while I started up my truck, and test drove it again and the whole problem went away. So I only had 3rd gear when I was in Drive and in 3rd, and I had only 2nd gear when I was in 2nd and 1st. The consumer stated that he removed the transmission oil pan for fluid drainage. You can run it through all the gears while sitting there, with foot on the brake, a few times into the end of the warm up period. The pump comes out by twisting a ring. There was only a 30 day warranty.
That has nothing to do with the question. I figure it is either a problem with a ground wire or some wire in the harness, and maybe the computer which I hope isn't the problem! The most common reason for this condition is a faulty ignition switch. . The consumer stated that there were no weight restrictions posted for the capacity of the endgate. The consumer had the U joints replaced, thinking that would correct the problem. I am having my changed has i type im putting one from a v6 into a truck with a v8 that i had a hard time getting answers to since lots of people post who have no clue. The 88-99 model had 6 different stock transmissions: 1.
It loses contact momentarily while cranking, causing a voltage loss to the security system and starts the 10 minute security timer in the computer. You could probably repair simple things, like front or rear seals or c … hanging the filter and fluid, but anything more complex will require a specialist. I found out that when range solenoid 1-2, and range solenoid 2-3 are not working, 2nd and 3rd gears are all you can get. Most of the time it's a sensor issue, sending misinformation to the computer from a malfunctioning sensor. P0740, P0753, and P0758 were the codes coming up. The support cables that retained the tailgate broke while loading a snow trailer, which caused the tailgate to collapse.
Computers are expensive to replace and often are not even malfunctioning as most people assume when something goes wrong under the hood. Also make sure your on level ground. To the one that asked the question, is … it an auto or a standard? A transmission filter that would fit this vehicle as ordered from the selling dealer would not work with the transmission oil pan originally installed on the vehicle. You'll have to add the options again. Automatic transmissions have become so technical that there really isn't much of a way to repair it yourself.
Tyler This sounds like you have corrosion at the main wiring connector please remove the connector and check for rust etc. My truck did this for half an hour untill I reached my destination, then I checked all my fuses which were good and glanced at wiring harness to the transmission, and never seen anything major. In the beginning of December the brakes went on the vehicle. Check out the diagrams Below Please let us know what happens. The consumer was loading a craftsman 5 hp compact snow thrower 165 lbs on the truck.
They are fee based yearly subscriptions with these you can look up any vehicle in their database and print out there instructions during your subscription time. You might not need all 7q … ts. It could be a turbo 350 or a turbo 400 for autos. If they won't go along with that, go to a different shop. The dealer informed the consumer that the vehicle was not covered under a recall. Chilton and Haynes both print excellent manuals for individual vehicles with step by step instructions on all kinds of repairs. Transmission problem 1998 Chevy Silverado V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 241000 km When I was driving down the highway, my transmission started acting up.
I put it into drive and it moved. Upon starting the vehicle again and taking off, the noise came back. It drove me nuts trying find info and will post how this installation go's and if any differences in drive ability arise. Fluid capacity depends on the transmission on your vehicle, it should be stamped on the transmission pan. The selling dealer offered to cover the cost of replacing the broken cables at their expense.
It depends on the truck. Body panels can be interchanged between any 1988-1998 gm full-size pickup. Tell them that you want the entire price written down and that you want them to sign it. What you'll need to do is have the truck taken into a good shop for some code resets. Which … is the additional weight above the weight of the truck that the truck can handle on its on 2 axles. . Then if … there are any leaks you should visually be able to take note of where it is leaking from.
You'll need to take it to a specialty shop if it's anything serious, like a valve body or worn clutch pack. Other descent resources online are All-Data refered to in the industry jokingly as No-Data or Mitchell-On Demand both have websites. Interior parts match 1988-1989, 1990-1994, and then changed to late model style 1995-1998. The only other thing you could do is have your insurance agency come out and appraise it, or have a shop do it. Some of the transmission shops will tell you that it will be a cheap fix, then when they have your vehicle torn down they give you the bad news. Some cars require 30 minutes.