If level does not go down when engine is running, the pump is broken. I've checked other possibilities for poor performance and they are all good. The sun gear I believe is called the Brute and is much heavier duty than stock. Is the service engine soon light on?? If all that checks out ok. Mine works better now then when it was new. If I dont have to rebuild it would be awesome as I am pretty busy with work and all.
The brake switch isn't the culprit. Car can be safely driven in D. Must be removed and transmission rebuilt. Doesn't shift from 2nd to 3rd, Speedometer cuts out, and Anti Lock light is on. It is actually a common problem with the 4L60E trans. If I keep the valve body horizontal when I pull it out of the truck, is there anything I need to worry about other than the check balls??? As my speed rises it does not shift into overdrive at approx. It is possible to remedy a fluid problem by removing the checkball from its cage in the case in the rear of the transmission may help must remove valve body , or adding a high-viscosity additive or other seal restorer product.
Transmission will eventually die a loud, catastrophic death. Today I have it in park and noticed it still rolls as if its in neutral. This is due to the fact that the transmission is starting out in 2nd gear. Take those 4 bolts out, as well as the carriers the parts that the bolts are holding. A quick test of solenoid operation; with the transmission harness disconnected and the test harness attached apply 12 volts to terminal E while grounding terminal A or terminal B listen for the clicking of the solenoid. Are there any good suggestion as to a good manual or a site I can download one from.
May have to replace converter also if hub is scored. Shift suddenly become very hard. If not, this must be replaced. I ran the truck to town to a tranny shop and had them take a look. When it goes into 3rd it acts like it is in neutral.
While diagonsing the problem, truck was running in the driveway in park for about 10min. Just having a problem getting the damn thing to actuall lock. No resistance on anything at all except terminals A and D. The above top 30 common problems with the. Then it did it twice on the drive home ~30mi on the interstate.
Is it hard ot replace? Thanks Please or to join the conversation. I'm planning on doing this this weekend and am picking up the solenoid this evening. Also, no lights or codes to suspect an electrical problem. A new automatic transmission for Chevy K1500 is the only solution, so shop AutoZone today and rest assured that you're scoring the best deals in the industry, since we provide the right products at the right prices. Here is some information about my trucks problem before I take it to a transmission shop or general car repair place. Fluid leak out of the front of trans where the converter connects; partial or full loss of movement: Front pump bushing walked out.
Transmission does not shift automatically, only manually. ? The codes the computer gave me were all solenoid related. On the transmission the Trans fuse protects shift solenoids; A, B, 2, 3 and the tongue convertor clutch solenoid. Been to damn cold to look at for a week or so. It tries the engine drops speed some but then when I back off the throttle slightly it will actually lock and I can get back on it. Easy fix in the pan. Let's turn the page and find out more about the specific symptoms a 4L60-E with internal damage.
When going from park to either reverse or drive it slams into gear. High rpms and no shift. May also have worn boost valve can replace in the pan. This list is merely a guide to the possible solutions. I picked it up at 1:30 in the morning. It is drivable until it breaks. He also said he did not know first hand of an access of any thing behind the torque converter, and this is why he is thinking that they are just changing it out.
The factory makes a gasket for this sealing area. If reverse is slow to engage, and line pressure does not come up to at least 130psi in reverse, replace the boost valve with a Transgo 0. Transmission does not shift automatically, only manually. Worst case: poor line pressure rise see below. Seems to be an electrical problem, possible a module or sensor. Transmission must be removed and rebuilt, sooner rather than later.
It has to be straight in line both ways with the insertion point, and preferably supported on its balance point balanced from fore and aft, and side to side , securely strapped for example from falling, not dangling or flopping around. 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. Thank you very very much!!! Overrun clutches will be worn out after 30 seconds of this behavior. If you had a bi-directional scan tool it would help with diagnosis. I put ~400mi on the truck and no problems at all! The transmission fuse is the ignition switch voltage for that circuit.